Research in visually induced motion sickness
Abbreviated Journal Title
Motion sickness; Visually induced motion sickness; Simulator sickness; Cybersickness; Sopite Syndrome; Visual displays; LABYRINTHINE-DEFECTIVE SUBJECTS; VIRTUAL ENVIRONMENTS; SIMULATOR; SICKNESS; EXPOSURE; SYMPTOMATOLOGY; VECTION; Engineering, Industrial; Ergonomics; Psychology, Applied
While humans have experienced motion sickness symptoms in response to inertial motion from early history through the present day, motion sickness symptoms also occur from exposure to some types of visual displays. Even in the absence of physical motion, symptoms may result from visually perceived motion, which are often classified as effects of visually induced motion sickness (VIMS). This paper provides a brief discussion of general motion sickness and then reviews findings from three lines of recent VIMS investigations that we have conducted. (C) 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Article; Proceedings Paper
"Research in visually induced motion sickness" (2010). Faculty Bibliography 2010s. 347.