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Question What's the game that make you sick the most?

Discussion in 'Off Topic - All other stuff here' started by SEHATanguy, Jul 23, 2019.

  1. SEHATanguy

    SEHATanguy Member

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    Hi,

    It may be a strange question because nobody want's to be sick when playing whith it's rig but I do,..

    When I bought my rig it was because I want to be a pilot but I feel airsick too quickly on a little plane, so I decided to have a motion rig to make me more confortable with movements and bumps.

    So that's my question, which game will make me sick (with or without VR headset) thanks to my motion rig? (I do have a 3DOF)

    Regards
  2. noorbeast

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    Feeling ill is most often when there is a mismatch between what your brain expects and what you perceive to be happening.

    I am pretty well VR bomb proof with motion unless I do something deliberately silly, like reversing the motion axis.
  3. SEHATanguy

    SEHATanguy Member

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    I can also stay for a while in VR without being ill, I guess I'm use to it now.
    With the motion rig I'd like to have something that will be really bumpy and will make my stomach move all the time to try simulating the condition encountered in a little plane when the air isn't calm.
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    I cant give advice on any particular games but when I first used VR I had a few feelings of motion sickness. If you decide to use VR and are someone that already gets a bit sick, I would make the first few goes fairly short, give yourself time to get used to it. It is worth it. Good luck