Research Issues in Simulator Sickness: Proceedings of a Workshop

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National Academy Press, 1984 - Motion sickness - 66 pages
Simulator sickness, with symptoms similar to motion sickness, occurs frequently in military and civilian flight trainers. Simulator sickness appears to be independent of whether a fixed base or moving base simulator is used. Methods for amelioration are described as well as recommendations for future research to develop countermeasures. Originator supplied keywords include: Motion sickness, Sensory conflict, Human factors research, Vestibular, and Vision.

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Contents

INCIDENCE AND PREVALENCE
4
THEORIES OF MOTION SICKNESS AND ADAPTATION
22
RECOMMENDED COUNTERMEASURES FOR EXISTING SIMULATORS
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