Can Technology Help to Reduce the Impact of Motion Sickness? Featured Image

At present, it is estimated that approximately 1 in 3 individuals worldwide is highly susceptible to bouts of motion sickness, which can range from mild to severe in intensity. While there are many different types of pills available for consumers that are known to treat the symptoms associated with motion sickness, innovative technologies are being developed that will help minimize the prevalence of the condition even more astutely. UK tech company Ricardo Innovations is one such a developer that has created a technology that can decrease the risk of motion sickness in autonomous vehicles while simultaneously promising a range of benefits for more conventional vehicles.

What exactly is motion sickness?

Autonomous vehicles are more conducive to kinetosis

Breaking down the research

Testing is an on-going effort

Impressive technology is bound to attract attention

Smartphone apps also join the war on motion sickness

Apps can stabilize balance in your inner ear

Motion sickness has made traveling in a vehicle almost unbearable for countless individuals since vehicles were first invented. Thanks to various technological innovations a future without the limitations imposed by kinetosis may very soon become a reality.

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Ruhani Rabin being a tech and product evangelist for almost 20 years. He was VP, CPO for various digital companies. Plays with Drones in his free time.

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Ruhani Rabin

Ruhani Rabin being a tech and product evangelist for almost 20 years. He was VP, CPO for various digital companies. Plays with Drones in his free time.