Posted by Bridget on June, 18 2015 in Transportation

Recent studies indicate that the proliferation of autonomous vehicles may come with an increase in the rate of motion sickness in adult passengers. Motion sickness is typically caused by an interaction between three factors: the disconnect between what we see and what we're feeling in a moving vehicle, the lack of control and the inability to predict the direction the car will move (the latter two factors typically explain why those prone to motion sickness are less likely to become ill when driving the vehicle themselves). For the full article see: