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Study on Simulator Sickness Measure on Scene Movement Based Ship Handing Simulator Using SSQ and COP
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Study on Simulator Sickness Measure on Scene Movement Based Ship Handing Simulator Using SSQ and COP
Fang, Tae-Hyun; Jang, Jun-Hyuk; Oh, Seung-Bin; Kim, Hong-Tae;
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 Abstract
In this paper, it is proposed that the effects of simulator sickness due to scene movement in ship handling simulator can be measured by using center of pressure (COP) and a simulator sickness questionnaire (SSQ). For experiments of simulator sickness, twelve participants are exposed to scenes movement from ship handling simulator according to three steps of sea states. During experiments, COPs for subjects are measured by force plate. After exposure to scenes movement, subjects describe their sickness symptoms by answering the SSQ. Throughput analysing the results of scene movement, SSQ, and COP, the relation between the simulator sickness and COP is investigated. It is suggested that formulations for SSQ score and COP with respect to sea state are obtained by the curve fitting technique, and the longitudinal COP can be used for measuring the simulator sickness.
 Keywords
scene movement;simulator sickness;ship handling simulator;simulator sickness questionnaire;center of pressure;pitch and roll;
 Language
Korean
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