Apple aims to use VR to beat motion sickness in robot cars

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Apple is working on new technology to combat motion sickness in self-driving cars by using virtual reality headsets for passengers to wear. According to a recently approved patent in the US, the iPhone manufacturer’s system is designed to use virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) and a set of sensors to make future robot cars more comfortable to use. The aim is to make the peripheral environment inside the car match the general motion of the vehicle, no matter which way you face in the car. In doing so, the technology would remove the incongruity at the heart of motion sickness. This would, in…

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