The use of an independent visual background to reduce simulator side-effects.

  title={The use of an independent visual background to reduce simulator side-effects.},
  author={John Prothero and Mark H. Draper and Thomas A. Furness and Don E Parker and Maxwell J. Wells},
  journal={Aviation, space, and environmental medicine},
  volume={70 3 Pt 1},
BACKGROUND Simulator sickness (SS) is a major problem which potentially limits interface applications that feature simulated motion. While display imperfections play a role, a large part of SS is motion sickness (MS). Sensory rearrangement theory holds that MS is related to conflicting motion cues; in the case of simulators, mainly a conflict between inertial cues (usually indicating no self-motion) and visual stimuli from the display (indicating self-motion). It is suggested that MS does not… CONTINUE READING
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