vMocion | V3 Platform Cures VR Motion Sickness

Inner-Ear Stimulus Cures VR Motion Sickness


vMocion’s V3 platform uses electrodes that simulate motion seen by VR users.

Motion sickness occurs due to a disconnect between what the eyes see and what the inner ear perceives. vMocion, an entertainment technology company, has developed a 3V platform that overcomes this problem with Galvanic Vestibular Stimulation, a process used in aerospace flight simulation training. The system allows Virtual Reality users to actually experience motion during viewing.

Through the use of electrodes, 3D motion signals synchronize with the visuals between the inner ears, tricking the brain into feeling motion. vMocion believes the platform will enable the film industry to create a more immersive movie experience. Check out the video below.

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

Spotted by Murray Orange
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