vMocion | V3 Platform Cures VR Motion Sickness

Inner-Ear Stimulation Cures VR Motion Sickness


vMocion’s V3 platform uses electrodes placed across the head that mimic the motion seen by VR users in real-time, so they can ‘feel’ movement.

Having covered how a tilting seat can be used to reduce nausea while VR gaming, we bring news that vMocion has developed a system making the user feel like they are actually experiencing motion.

Motion sickness occurs due to a disconnect between what the eyes see and what the inner ear perceives. vMocion’s 3V platform overcomes this problem by using Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation (GVS), a process used in aerospace flight simulation training. Electrodes placed on the head send 3D motion signals between each inner ear. The GVS system synchronizes with the user’s real time visual, tricking the brain into actually feeling whatever’s in view. Plans are underway to offer the system to VR headset developers and vMocion believes the platform could also enable the film industry to create more immersive sensory movie experiences.

Website: www.vmocion.com
Contact: info@vmocion.com

Spotted by Murray Orange
Source | http://www.springwise.com/


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