Our Objective..

Welcome to www.cybersickness.org! Opened in March 2002, this web interface aims to promote international collaboration on the study of cybersickness. We are equipped with a rich online literature database of over 1000 articles related to cybersickness. The database will provide the full reference of the articles but will not provide the abstracts due to copyright restrictions. A page containing various research tools and instruments to measure symptoms of cybersickness and sensory stimuliduring exposure to a virtual environment is also included. In particular, an objective method to measure the average spatial frequencies of a virtual environment has been posted. In addition, links to research centers that are actively conducting research on cybersickness are geographically listed on a world map.

This is an academic research website and is open for comments and suggestions. If you have spotted any mistakes or would like to include some additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us or our supervisor.

Regards

Cuiting Guo
Daniel Chen
Dr. Richard H.Y.So
www.cybersickness.org
28 March 2013

NEWS:

VIMS2013 will be held in Stratford-Upon-Avon, England, from 3th to 5th September 2013.
Registration and Abstract Submission is now open.

Click here to visit VIMS2011 that was successfully held in US jointly with HFES2011.

Click here to visit VIMS2009 that was successfully held in Netherland..

Click here to visit VIMS2007 [the first VIMS bi-annual conference] that was successfully held in Hong Kong.

A new way to measure scene complexity in a virtual environment has been posted. Please go to Research Tools and click Average Spatial Frequencies for further explanation.

A new page for download raw data used in several published paper and the corresponding paper. Click here to download our raw data .




WebMaster: Buddhika Karunarathne Supervised by: Dr. Richard H. Y. SO
Department of Industrial Engineering & Logistics Management
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
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