Recent Examples of motion sickness from the Web
My oldest son has a pile of unfinished homework and is fighting a case of motion sickness.
Consumers still report motion sickness using the product, while content for the headsets remains sparse.
The man who creates close to 100 roller coasters around the world suffers from motion sickness.
The new MONKEYmedia approach to solving VR motion sickness is to decouple the three axes of movement from the visual plane.
But experiencing motion sickness on the job is nothing new for pilots and astronauts.
As is true of most things, your psychological state matters: While nearly every human is susceptible to motion sickness, people prone to anxiety and neuroticism are more so.
If prone to motion sickness, lower decks and cabins closest to ship's center are the most stable.
But motion sickness might mar that idealized vision, says psychologist Michael Sivak of the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
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First Known Use of motion sickness
MOTION SICKNESS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of motion sickness for English Language Learners
: a feeling of sickness caused by the motion of a car, airplane, boat, etc.
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