Join Craig Barr for an in-depth discussion in this video First-time VR tips, part of Virtual & Augmented Reality for 3D Weekly.
- One of the problems with VR is that,…right now we do have a thing called VR sickness.…And that can be for a number of reasons.…So, VR sickness can be because of…the way the actual application has been produced,…or the experience's been produced that it's laggy…or maybe it's too dense,…or the textures are too big,…or maybe the camera movement is odd.…Or maybe the hardware that the application is running on,…isn't up to speed,…it's not powerful enough to give that smooth experience.…
And we have this thing called VR sickness,…which can cause great discomfort to viewers, right?…And it can also cause nausea and overall discomfort,…and take away from the idea of presence…or the experience of viewing VR.…Now, there are other things here as well to consider.…You might have a phenomenally put together application,…you might have the most powerful hardware,…and the best head mount or display,…and the best set up going,…but maybe someone is a little more prone…to being uncomfortable in a VR experience.…
So, I thought I'd put together this,…
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