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The Reality Is Virtual, But the Motion Sickness Is Real

VR experiences make some people — especially women — feel nauseous and ill. Here’s how the industry is trying to fix that.

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II was just settling in to a feeling of invincibility, gliding through fluffy clouds wearing a colorful wingsuit. But it didn’t last long. A little over a minute later…




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Becca Caddy

Becca Caddy

UK-based journalist specialising in tech, science & the future. Author of SCREEN TIME (out Jan 2021).

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