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Marion H A Lean 4 Jun 18
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Andres Vilariño Aug 15
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CoVi Analytics 20 Jun 16
Research suggests that Women and Chinese people are more likely to be susceptible to
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Nadica Miljkovic Mar 6
I'll be presenting a paper on assessment next week! 👩‍💻 I'd really like to hear your opinion/experience on "HOW TO PREVENT CYBERSICKNESS"?
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Sarah J. Clark 5 Nov 13
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Miriam McGuirk 23 Nov 15
Oh my! that is alarming @Wellbeing_2015
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Melvyn Roerdink 20 Oct 16
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Singularity Co-Op 22 Jun 16
How creators are combatting 😷👾 👾😷
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Candice Aviles 23 Nov 15
Here's what we are working on for at 4pm!
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Marisa Brandt 21 Oct 16
"We KNOW what gives people . If you get sick in , that's a developer choice" say
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Ceyda 24 Mar 17
Il seminario del Dott.Stefano Triberti dal titolo “Virtual Reality,Real Experience” about now ongoing
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Bitkom_Europe 10 Dec 15
On virtual reality and showing us a new reality
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b-com 19 Apr 17
: what solutions today? Guillaume Jegou, Head of Usage & Acceptabilty Lab answers us
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LabRoots 14 Sep 16
Virtual Reality Sickness: A Brain Disconnect via
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i3Lab 9 May 17
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Blue Suede Haze 7 Nov 16
Well crap. I got aka vss from . I am hoping it was just the shaky sideways crap they…
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Vestibular Vision Aug 5
20-80% of VR users experience -unpleasant side effects such as nausea, disorientation, blurred vision and headaches. This study suggests that exposure to in modulates processing, which may explain common after‐effects of VR.
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M Barnett-Cowan 🇨🇦 Jun 8
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Electronics360 Sep 27
New Study Finds Way to Predict from Prolonged Use
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Karen Blackmore 30 Jan 17
Not only is from roller coasters no fun, but it affects reaction times
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