VR Still Has a Motion Sickness Issue

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CNBC's Matt Clinch examines VR's motion sickness issue.

He writes, "The nausea came when a video game required movement with the control stick. It was fine when your character was sitting or standing still...My motion sickness would come on strong after only a few minutes of game time. Occasionally it would last for hours afterwards and sometimes force me to go to bed. Searching around the internet, it appears I'm not alone. This is obviously anecdotal evidence but there are some academics already trying to tackle the problem."

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