2010 年 15 巻 1 号 p. 41-44
This paper investigated the effects of active/passive viewing on the visually induced motion sickness. Participants wearing a Head-Mount-Display (HMD) searched a target character in random dots and other characters projected on a screen using a video camera moved by them (active viewing). They could see a part of the screen and the movies displayed via the HMD were recorded. When they saw the recorded movie later (passive viewing) through the HMD, they felt motion sickness worth than before. This suggests that passive viewing induced severer motion sickness than active viewing.