vMocion Fixes VR Motion Sickness By Tricking Your Brain

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Plenty of us are excited about virtual reality. The technology is not without its negatives. Dealing with motion sickness in VR is not fun. vMocion could address the problem by tricking the brain. It uses electrodes to trick your inner-ear into perceiving motion. When timed correctly, this will allow you to feel totally immersed in a virtual environment.

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Mayo Clinic’s patented GVS technology has been developed over 10 years by the Aerospace Medicine & Vestibular Research Laboratory (AMVRL) team. vMocion’s 3v platform simply creates a 3D sensation of motion to improve your VR and augmented reality experience. The above video provides more info on the technology.

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