Reference information about cybersickness and virtual reality sickness symptoms, causes, remedies, cures, and devices.

8 Ways to Avoid Motion Sickness with Oculus, Vive, and PSVR

As we move towards a new gaming experience built around virtual reality, the main players in the field of headset design Oculus, HTC and Sony are all struggling with a way to combat motion sickness associated with virtual reality games. Oculus recognized the problem early on with their Rift Dk1 after users started complaining about… read more »

Cybersickness Research

Before the commercial virtual reality craze hit, extensive research in to Cybersickness had been done by the United States, and other governments around the world as they increased the use of virtual reality in specialty training. Airlines have also worked with various universities and companies to research simulator sickness which is quite related to cybersickness…. read more »

Cybersickness Remedies

Cybersickness, the mismatch of inputs between the eyes and the rest of the senses that happens when watching 3D or virtual reality movies, playing games, and even using your smartphone can be a major problem. If you’re feeling the symptoms of cybersickness don’t worry, there are many things you can try to bring some relief… read more »

Cybersickness Causes

Cybersickness, also known as Virtual Reality Sickness is like a visually induced motion sickness. Cybersickness is caused by a visually induced perception of motion and a lack of input from the ears, joints, and muscles that is consistent with that perceived motion. If you consider your typical movement in the world, all your senses are… read more »

Cybersickness Symptoms

Cybersickness is essentially the opposite sensory experience as traditional motion sickness and somewhat comparative to simulator sickness. Your eyes are reporting a very unstable world while your muscles, joints, and ears are telling your brain the world is relatively stable. Different people experience cybersickness to differing degrees and experience differing symptoms. Part of the reason… read more »