International Display Workshops Incorporated Association

5:20 PM - 5:45 PM

[VHF5-1(Invited)] A Modeling Approach to Investigate the Relationship Between Motion Sickness Severity and Visual Motion

*Akira Tanaka1, Norihiro Sugita2, Makoto Yoshizawa2, Tomoyuki Yambe2 (1. Fukushima University (Japan), 2. Tohoku University (Japan))

Motion sickness, Autonomic nervous system, Nonlinear modeling, Video global motion

In this study, dynamic characteristics between image motion and severity of visually induced motion sickness (VIMS) was modeled as a Hammerstein model, which consists of a static nonlinear function followed by a linear system. The results indicate the change in subjective VIMS score may be estimated from image motions.