Help is on the way: motion sickness stumbling block grows smaller

Megan Lampinen takes a closer look at UMTRI's prosposal to mitigate motion sickness in autonomous vehicles

Motion sickness is a very real problem for many passengers today and is only set to become more prevalent with the advent of autonomous vehicles. In that scenario, everyone becomes a passenger and most will want to be engaged in some sort of task such as reading, writing emails, viewing videos, etc – all of which can exacerbate the problem. It’s so serious that some industry watchers suggest it could prevent the realisation of a self-driving future.

Help is on the way, though, and a range of remedies from lighting to seating position are under exploration. …

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