Motion sickness is a common problem experienced by individuals travelling in enclosed vehicles. Such condition occurs in a ship/boat encountering rough waves (sea-sickness), or a land vehicle going through a rugged terrain, in aircraft, etc. It happens when there is a mismatch between the motion perceived by the human vestibular system in the ear and the motion seen by the eyes. The interior of a ship/motor vehicle is visually observed by person to be stationary, while the vestibular system (which is a fluid filled structure inside the ear) still perceives the motion of the ship/vehicle. The present disclosure aims to mitigate motion sickness using Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality (VR/AR).
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Anonymous, "Motion Sickness Mitigation Using VR/AR Devices", Technical Disclosure Commons, (December 11, 2018)