• simulator
  • Phil Morse, Technical Liaison Manager of Ansible Motion , a U.K.-based simulator specialist, cites a recent University of Michigan study which concluded that in some situations, up to 31% of adults are likely to experience significant discomfort in an autonomous car. (sae.org)
  • experiences
  • Mal de debarquement syndrome is a balance disorder that most commonly develops following an ocean cruise or other type of water travel and less commonly following air travel, train travel, or other motion experiences. (nih.gov)
  • eyes
  • For example, when reading a book in the back seat of a moving car, the inner ears and skin receptors sense the motion, but the eyes register only the stationary pages of the book. (healthofchildren.com)
  • lead
  • Even very small amounts of latency and/or mismatch between the various environmental feedbacks, e.g. motion, video feeds, etc., can lead to problems,' Morse explained. (sae.org)