Evaluation of Detecting Cybersickness via VR HMD Positional Measurements Under Realistic Usage Conditions.
|Qualification name||Doctor of Philosophy|
With the resurgence of virtual reality, head-mounted displays (VR HMD) technologies since 2015, VR technology is becoming ever more present in people's day-to-day lives. However, one significant barrier to this progress is a condition called cybersickness, a form of motion sickness induced by the usage of VR HMD’s. It is often debilitating to sufferers, resulting in symptoms anywhere from mild discomfort to full-on vomiting. Much research effort focuses on identifying the cause of and solution to this problem, with many studies reporting various factors that influence cybersickness, such as vection and field of view. However, there is often disagreement in these studies' results and comparing the results is often complicated as stimuli used for the experiments vary wildly.
|Keywords||Virtual Reality; Cybersickness; HMD; Realistic Usage; Positional Tracking; Postural Stability|
|Publisher||College of Science and Engineering, University of derby|
|Digital Object Identifier (DOI)||https://doi.org/10.48773/9q422|
Evaluation of Detecting Cybersickness via VR HMD Positional Measurements Under Realistic Usage Conditions.pdf
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|Deposited||08 Nov 2022|
|Evaluation of Detecting Cybersickness via VR HMD Positional Measurements Under Realistic Usage Conditions.pdf|
|License: CC BY-NC-ND 4.0|
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