A comparative study on MSSQ and VR sickness caused by swimming motion as VR space transfer
In recent years, with the development of virtual reality (VR) technology, VR content has increased and is becoming more popular in homes. On the other hand, VR sickness is a problem. We developed a sensory interface that mimics the “swimming motion” and obtained good results in reducing VR sickness. In this study, we analyze the relationship between the motion sickness susceptibility to motion sickness and the sickness caused by “swimming motion” by using the MSSQ, which measures general motion sickness susceptibility, and verify the relationship between the motion sickness susceptibility and VR sickness.