Pr. Thomas Stoffregen
Professor of Kinesiology, University of Minnesota
“Motion sickness in physical and virtual systems”
Dr. Stoffregen has studied motion sickness since 1991. His work includes development of a novel theoretical perspective on motion sickness etiology, and more than 20 years of experimental studies of motion sickness across a wide variety of situations and conditions. These include military flight simulators, projection virtual environments, desktop systems, tablet computers, head-mounted displays, and ships at sea, with subject populations from children to middle-aged adults. His research has been supported by NIH, NSF, and the European Community.