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Very interesting findings for VR in China

7/10 surveyed users are more worried about motion sickness and the abundance of content even before considering price. I think this is a very intriguing point, VR has the potential to be amazing however done wrong it can really cause you to feel quite sick easily. This is a big challenge for all content producers, you need to make sure you work with professionals who understand the reasons for motion sickness and how to overcome it. As for the abundance issue, it is up to all of us to work hard and fast to solve the challenges and get quality content out there sooner rather than later. 

Seven in 10 internet users surveyed by HTC claim that they would need to be assured that a VR device wouldn’t cause dizziness or motion sickness before making a purchase, a concern shared by more than any other in the survey. Two-thirds (66%) said it was important to have an abundance of VR content before they would be willing to make a buy, and another 65% say the VR device and experience must be immersive.

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