Understanding and preventing virtual reality sickness(VRS), or cybersickness, is vital in removing barriers for the technology's adoption. Thus, this article aims to synthesize a variety of academic sources to demonstrate the modes by which VRS occurs, the metrics by which it is judged, and the methods to mitigate it. The predominant theories on the biological origins of VRS are discussed, as well as the individual factors which increase the likelihood of a user developing VRS. Moreover, subjective and physiological measurements of VRS are discussed in addition to the development of a predictive model and conceptual framework. Finally, several methodologies of reducing VRS by improving VR hardware and software are covered.
Sparks, Dalton C.
"A Roller Coaster for the Mind: Virtual Reality Sickness Modes, Metrics, and Mitigation,"
The Cardinal Edge: Vol. 1:
2, Article 11.
Available at: https://ir.library.louisville.edu/tce/vol1/iss2/11