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Bos, J.E. (author), Driels, C (author), Souman, J.L. (author)
Motion sickness is known under several names in different domains, such as seasickness, carsickness, cybersickness, and simulator sickness. As we will argue, these can all be considered manifestations of one common underlying mechanism. In recent years, it has received renewed interest, largely due to the advent of automated vehicles and...
article 2022
Bos, J.E. (author), Houben, M.M.J. (author), Lindenberg, J. (author)
Human performance has been shown to be negatively correlated with seasickness. By reducing crew, ship size, and hence redundancy, sickness induced risks increase exponentially. Although medication is effective, it also causes drowsiness. Non-pharmacological countermeasures are scarce, the most popular one being to look at the horizon. We...
conference paper 2012
Feenstra, P.J. (author), Bos, J.E. (author), van Gent, R.N.H.W. (author)
A simulator study has been conducted demonstrating a positive effect on airsickness by utilizing a 3D artificial Earth-fixed visual pattern. Participants were exposed to the same turbulent physical aircraft motion in a simulator three times in a row, each time using a different visual cue. In one condition only the interior of the simulator...
article 2011