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Symptoms of visually induced motion sickness (VIMS) are reported in both 2D and stereoscopic 3D (S3D) presentations. With recently boomed S3D head mounted displays (HMDs) like Oculus VR and Cardboard VR, the VIMS on S3D HMD has been identified as a major huddle that must be overcome for user safety.
However, studies on S3D VIMS has been often depended on subjective questionnaires, which has limited validity for measuring VIMS before and after S3D exposure. Although full scale EEG has been used to measure the VIMS in objective manner and showed initial success, those full EEG is hard to be deployed with current HMDs configurations.
Since the Muse brain sensing headband can measure the brain status directly, and monitor the brain status changes in real-time, also it is portable enough to be worn with HMDs, I would like to test various possible causes and solutions of the S3D VIMS on HMD uses, while the level of VIMS will be objectively measured by the Muse brain sensing headband.