vMocion Creates the Illusion of Motion for VR Headset Users

By: Michael Hemsworth - Apr 1, 2016
References: vmocion & technabob
One of the features holding back virtual reality simulations is the lack of motion, so vMocion is a company seeking to create the illusion of motion for users. The 3v platform is created with the research of the Mayo Clinic's Aerospace Medicine and Vestibular Research department, and tricks the mind into thinking it's moving.

New releases of VR headsets like the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive has many users experiencing visual movement, but the experience stops there. The new technology being created by vMocion with the 3v platform creates the illusion of movement using electrical impulses sent to the inner ear. This could help to expand the capabilities for VR users and moviegoers exponentially in the near future.