Study: Oculus Rift virtual reality headset induces motion sickness and is sexist in its effects

New research has found that the Oculus Rift, a high-end virtual reality headset, puts people at significant risk of motion sickness. The study of 72 college students, published in the journal Experimental Brain Research, found the use of the head-mounted virtual reality display system resulted in a “remarkably high” incidence of motion sickness. Read more at PsyPost.



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