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Old 09-21-2015, 04:11 PM
Jeff Jeff is offline
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I would suggest looking online for best practices to reduce motion sickness in VR. Make sure you're simulation is running at 75 fps and use Direct HMD mode to reduce latency. Latency and virtual movements that don't match physical movements can cause motion sickness. You might see if gradual acceleration rather than instantaneous changes to the car speed helps. Also, see if adding a dashboard as a fixed reference in the scene helps.
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