Influence of a Visual Display and Frequency of Whole-Body Angular Oscillation on Incidence of Motion Sickness.
NAVAL AEROSPACE MEDICAL RESEARCH LAB PENSACOLA FL
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Visual search within a head-fixed display consisting of a 12 x 12 digit matrix is degraded by whole-body angular oscillation at 0.02 Hz peak velocities or - 155 degsec, and signs and symptoms of motion sickness are prominent in a number of individuals within a 5-minute exposure. Exposure to 2.5 Hz or - 20 degsec peak velocity produces equivalent degradation of the visual search task but does not produce signs and symptoms of motion sickness within a 5-minute exposure. Author
- Anatomy and Physiology