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Holoride creates carsickness-battling VR experience for passengers in the self-driving future

German start-up Holoride has designed a virtual-reality experience for the backseats of taxis, for passengers in autonomous vehicles or for kids on long car trips.

Holoride's mixed-reality visualisations incorporate the vehicle's real-time movements
Holoride’s mixed-reality visualisations incorporate the vehicle’s real-time movements
Rima Sabina Aouf
German start-up Holoride has designed a virtual-reality experience for the backseats of taxis, for passengers in autonomous vehicles or for kids on long car trips.Holoride‘s games and visualisations provide entertainment that’s specifically tailored to passengers, incorporating the car’s real-time movements, such as acceleration and steering.

The resulting experiences are not only immersive, they help to combat motion sickness by syncing what the passenger sees with what they feel.

“People often can’t enjoy transit time, because watching a movie or reading makes them feel uncomfortable,” said Holoride. “Time is a precious thing, but most of it feels wasted when you are on the road.”

“We believe that a precious thing should be enjoyed. No matter how far you go, a ride should make you happy, maybe even smarter or more productive.”

Read the full story HERE >>>> Source: Dezeen Holoride creates carsickness-battling VR experience for passengers in the self-driving future

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