When using virtual reality technologies, simulation sickness, often known as simulator sickness, is a type of motion sickness that sometimes happens. First-person VR games and virtual flight simulators are typical examples of where it can happen. Simulator sickness can cause symptoms such as nausea, dizziness, pain, fatigue, and eye strain.
Simulator sickness is a type of motion sickness, however, unlike real motion sickness, it can be brought on by the perception of motion in the simulation alone.
Seppo Aaltonen is Chief Commercial Officer at one of the worlds leading VR/XR/MR companies Varjo and he’s written an excellent blog on the facts, causes and solutions to this issue, well worth a read!