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VR + Motion rig as clothes sale gimmick!

Discussion in 'Off Topic - All other stuff here' started by noorbeast, Jan 25, 2020.

  1. noorbeast

    noorbeast VR Tassie Devil Staff Member Moderator Race Director

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    I guess this is one way to get customer traffic:

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    The appearance of some simulators is really cool, but I would like to know, do they have a strong sense of dizziness when they experience the game? What VR headset is best to use, especially to eliminate dizziness. This is really a difficult problem for me. Can the effect of dizziness be eliminated by adjusting the dynamics of the simulator?
  8. noorbeast

    noorbeast VR Tassie Devil Staff Member Moderator Race Director

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    Some people are very susceptible to VR sickness, particularly in things like race games where you have a lot of stuff moving in your near, medium and far field of vision. But that aside a lack of motion cancellation on a large axis movement rig may add to VR sickness, but not so much on a small axis movement rigs. The more common cause is that the motion profile is not refined enough and the brain perceives conflicting cues from the VR visual and motion cues. A VR motion profile should aim to be precise and fast, so less is more in terms of reducing big axis movements.