Vection and cybersickness generated by head-and-display motion in the Oculus Rift

@article{Palmisano2017VectionAC,
  title={Vection and cybersickness generated by head-and-display motion in the Oculus Rift},
  author={Stephen A. Palmisano and Rebecca Mursic and Juno Kim},
  journal={Displays},
  year={2017},
  volume={46},
  pages={1-8}
}
Cybersickness is often experienced when viewing virtual environments through head-mounted displays (HMDs). This study examined whether vection (i.e., illusory self-motion) and mismatches between perceived and physical head motions contribute to such adverse experiences. Observers made oscillatory yaw head rotations while viewing stereoscopic optic flow through an Oculus Rift HMD. Vection and cybersickness were measured under 3 conditions of visual compensation for physical head movements… CONTINUE READING
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