Has Oculus Finally Conquered the Virtual-Reality Vomit Problem?

Improved sensors and software make the latest Oculus VR headset tolerable for users sensitive to motion sickness—a group that includes Oculus Chief Executive Officer Brendan Iribe

Iribe considers himself the person at Oculus VR most prone to feeling ill from exposure to virtual reality

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Virtual reality makes me sick. It starts with a feeling of dehydration soon after the goggles go on, followed by sweating—and by that point it's too late to avoid the real unpleasantness.

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