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The Solution to Virtual Reality’s Motion Sickness Problem?

A woman wearing 3D glasses tests a Cave Automatic Virtual Environment (CAVE) virtual reality theatre during its presentation at the Industrial Centre for Virtual Reality in Saint-Nazaire on December 1, 2014. (Georges Gobet/AFP/Getty Images)
A woman wearing 3D glasses tests a Cave Automatic Virtual Environment (CAVE) virtual reality theatre during its presentation at the Industrial Centre for Virtual Reality in Saint-Nazaire on December 1, 2014. (Georges Gobet/AFP/Getty Images)

Virtual reality has a motion sickness problem. The complaints are almost universal among disgruntled trial users and reporters, and even the CEO of Oculus VR...




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