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Need help with motionsickness

Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by zzjorzz, May 11, 2020.

  1. zzjorzz

    zzjorzz Gamer

    I love ACC, but I suffer a lot from motionsickness in this sim, especially at Zolder circuit. (32:9 screen, no vr).

    It happens because of the violent shaking of image on bumpy tracks. I can solve it a bit by putting worldmovement percentage in de view options up closer to 100percent but then my dashboard goes up or down a lot when track is up or downhill and I really dont like that.

    Is there a setting that I am missing to decrease the camera shake? Any other (serious) tips to help against motionsickness, settings or otherwise?

    I dont get motionsickness in for example iRacing, or on Zandvoort track in ACC.
    Sharpness, AA and blur settings (motion blur and AA temporal blur) also seem a factor.

    Help and tips much appriciated!!
     

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  3. Fr0zzen

    Fr0zzen Gamer

    Have you tried messing with dashcam factor values?
     
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  4. vlado Cro

    vlado Cro Simracer

  5. chksix

    chksix Hardcore Simmer

    Avoid the helmet view.
     
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  6. zzjorzz

    zzjorzz Gamer

    No, I never found out what that does. Somebody can explain?
     
    Last edited: May 11, 2020
  7. zzjorzz

    zzjorzz Gamer

    Last edited: May 11, 2020
  8. zzjorzz

    zzjorzz Gamer

    I am never using that, that like being in a rollercoaster for me! :D
     
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  9. fsuarez79

    fsuarez79 Simracer

    Have you tried sitting further away from your screen or increasing FOV?
    Last resource kinda thing since it might have a negative impact in immersion and lap times but maybe you want to try if nothing else works.
     
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  10. Skaven Zverov

    Skaven Zverov Simracer

    Ok, i have done some things, since i have motion sickness too. Remove depth of field, remove anti-aliasing, and blur, and on View settings ( when you start driving > Esc > View settings ), put horizon lock to 100% ( this means track will not vibrate as the car, only car, so you will put vertical screen "bumping" completely off ).

    Hope it helps.
     
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  11. vlado Cro

    vlado Cro Simracer

     
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  12. crimespree

    crimespree Racer

    This is what Real Head Motion Does, it stops the world shaking like lock to horizon but doesn't moved the dashboard up and down.
     
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  13. CmdrCody

    CmdrCody Rookie

    @zzjorzz have you tried tuning the field of view? That's one of the most common settings which causes motion sickness. If the FoV is unnaturally high or low, your brain will get really confused.

    I don't know what it looks like on your setup, but most people set the FoV too high at the beginning because they think seeing a lot will give them a benefit, so try reducing it a bit.
     
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  14. Gabsmabs62

    Gabsmabs62 Rookie

     
  15. Gabsmabs62

    Gabsmabs62 Rookie

    There's 3 sort of cockpit views. One of them is the helmet view which i think is the worst for the motion. You might be in that view but don't see the helmet cos of your FOV..you could try changing the FOV around?
     
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  16. C3PO

    C3PO Hardcore Simmer

    My fiancée suffers terribly with motion sickness when she tried the sim. Mints really help, oddly enough.
     
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  17. sairuscz

    sairuscz Gamer

    You should try the 'Lock to horizon' option under View Settings. This is designed to stabilize the camera and always point it towards the horizon. 30-50% should be reasonable setting for most tracks.

    Or switch to VR, which is much more natural and does not mess with brain as much (seated experience). I cannot go back to flat screen racing since I switched to VR, it just does not feel right anymore.
     
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  18. Mogster

    Mogster Alien

    I find VR the absolute worst in the motion sickness league.

    Going forwards is OK but even mild drifting or even worse going backwards and I’m ready to barf. It’s stopped me using my OR, I’ll have a spin, feel nauseous and that’s me done for the next hour or so. Flat screen is mostly OK, even with TIR.
     
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  19. zzjorzz

    zzjorzz Gamer

    Yeah, used FOV calculator for mathemathical correct FOV, but you are correct, too high FOV is a disaster for motion sickness!
     
  20. Brado23

    Brado23 Racer

    I have never felt motion sickness with flat screens, but I did experience it all of the time when I started using VR. I overcame it by gradually trying to increase my time in VR each time I did it. The second you start to feel off you MUST get off it straight away though. Continuing will make you feel sick for hours in some cases. Struggling on is a big mistake. Also start with flat tracks with little or no elevation changes like Paul Ricard, then move to tracks with some elevation. Leave the ones with lots of elevation changes until last. If you gradually work up in time and elevation you should get over it. I certainly did and all I run in sims these days is VR. I cannot go back to flat screens now. The only time I ever feel slightly off now is when I do a sudden reverse of the car, but I can even get over that pretty quick now.
     
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  21. zzjorzz

    zzjorzz Gamer

    Can someone post settings so the camera acts more like in iracing? Still to much jolting en shaking for me. iRacing only sim I dont get motion sickness.
     

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