By now, most of us have had a few VR experiences of the kind you see below.
You can play them in VR, watch them in a VR headset, or use them as a “real-time interactive film.”
But a lot of people who have tried these experiences are finding they can’t take them seriously.
In our minds, they are not that great, but they do give you some useful information about what’s happening in a virtual space.
And, as we all know, it’s easy to get sucked into VR when you first start playing.
So we asked several VR developers for their thoughts on the “virtual reality sickness” that has become a widespread issue among people who’ve tried them.
We wanted to hear their thoughts about how to make these experiences better for you.