When I tried to watch "The Displaced" earlier this weekend, I encountered the same issue.It didn’t make me sick or give me a headache, but the video was unwatchable.
The free headsets, based on Google (goog) Cardboard, don’t resemble computer systems.
We're increasingly reliant on the smartphones in our pockets to keep in touch with friends, watch movies and TV shows, and get work done, among other tasks.
But the phones themselves would be meaningless without the software that, almost like magic, imbues them with new powers even their creators never thought possible.
They’re cardboard cutouts—users insert an Android or i OS smartphone with the New York Times VR app installed into the headset's holster in order to get it to work.
called the promotion VR’s “big mainstream moment.” But the rollout exhibited an issue that has bugged virtual reality for decades—it makes some people feel sick.