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NYU Abu Dhabi science faculty and researchers are frequently featured in local and international media.

Predicting motion sickness severity from virtual reality
A new study led by Head of the Rokers Vision Laboratory and NYUAD Associate Professor of Psychology Bas Rokers explored why the severity of motion sickness varies from person to person by investigating sources of cybersickness during VR use.
First World MedTech | March 11, 2021

Study reveals motion sickness severity
A team of researchers has identified that a person's ability to detect visual cues may help predict the severity of motion sickness symptoms.
New York Indian | March 10, 2021

NYU Abu Dhabi study predicts motion sickness severity
"It was clear that the greater an individual's sensitivity to motion parallax cues, the more severe the motion sickness symptoms," says lead NYU Abu Dhabi researcher.
Science Codex | March 10, 2021

Person’s Ability To Detect Visual Cues May Predict Severity Of Motion Sickness
The discomfort was due to a specific sensory cue called motion parallax, which is defined as the relative movement of different parts of the environment.
Newsgram | March 10, 2021

Predicting motion sickness severity from virtual reality
A new study explored why the severity of motion sickness varies from person to person by investigating sources of cybersickness during VR use.
ScienceDaily | March 9, 2021

NYUAD Researcher Aids in Solving Cybersickness
WR and AR technologies have grown in popularity as they can immerse users in novel situations and environments by simulating the necessary stimuli.
The Sustanabilist | November 19, 2020

NYUAD researcher aids in the development of a pathway to solve cybersickness
This research guides the way for the widespread use of immersive technologies such as virtual and augmented reality in a variety of industries.
Zawya | November 18, 2020