Disorientation occurs when directions and distances get confused. Happens for users new to a system, or if the system is particularly bland, or low resolution. Also occurs with lots of fast moving strobing, and highly fluid situations.
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The brain is built to handle such a 3D world, and employs a number of tricks to counter disorientation. These are tricks we can utilise in 3D spatial simulations, to help minimise disorientation there; but first we have to understand what the brain's tricks are, and how they operate.
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