Oculus warns Sony to solve motion sickness before launching a VR headset

By November 4, 2014March 24th, 2020Newswires

Virtual reality firm’s CEO: ‘We’re a little worried about some of the bigger companies putting out product that isn’t quite ready’

By Stuart Dredge

The chief executive of Facebook-owned virtual reality firm Oculus VR has warned rival Sony not to launch a VR headset until it has solved problems of motion sickness.

“We’re really looking forward to this as an industry that takes off… A number of companies will come in, even companies we haven’t heard of yet two or three or five years down the road,” said Iribe, who was speaking at the Web Summit conference in Dublin.

“At the same time we’re a little worried about some of the bigger companies putting out product that isn’t quite ready. That elephant in the room is disorientation and motion sickness.”

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