There's hope for the future for those of us that suffer with certain movements in computer games, as well as on gaming systems like Xbox and Playstation. Bobbing, weaving, flickering, jumping and swaying movements can make those of us who are sensitive to motion feel horrible and make some computer games unplayable. This also goes for 3D movies and virtual reality games and simulations. If you have motion sensitivity, always check the online support forums for "headache nausea" before you buy a computer game.
The gaming industry, which is a multi-billion dollar business, is working hard to solve this problem. And who knows, advances in motion sensitivity reduction in the gaming industry may also help us in our daily lives. Maybe the nausea from seasickness, car sickness and other similar problems can be minimized or prevented. Read more in the following links:
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