Oculus CEO gets sick from VR, but says he’s found the remedy

By October 18, 2013Newswires

By Colin Campbell

Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe has a problem with his much-discussed product, virtual reality headset Rift. It makes him sick.

Speaking today at the Gaming Insiders conference in San Francisco, he admitted that he can’t play games on Oculus Rift without suffering from motion sickness, a common criticism leveled at early demos that have come with developer kits.

But, he said that new prototypes are coming that eliminate “simulation sickness.”

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