News - May 2022 - Sea Sickness and VR Motion Sickness Remedy in Demand

Sea Sickness VR Remedy at Indo Pacific 2022

Now having completed multiple client trials and on trial in many other countries around the world, the effectiveness of the SPIIND VR Sea Sickness Remedy is well proven and demand is high, with recent interest at Indo Pacific 2022 in Australia reinforcing this once again with both end users and ship builders alike.

A breakthrough solution that harnesses the power of Virtual Reality, the headset has been independently tested and found to be 80% effective in reducing or eliminating sea sickness symptoms (Hot, Stress, Nausea, Fatigue, Irritation and Light Headiness) and also those similar symptoms experienced by users of VR motion Simulators.

With a ruggedised design specifically for defence applications, the headset has been independently drop tested to MIL-STD-810G Test 516.6 and proven compliant.

The defence headset is also specifically fitted with Sunproof Lenses which provide for up to 30 minutes of direct sunlight exposure.

The benefits speak for themselves with reduced overhead costs arising due to staff sickness, reduced health and safety compliance issues, reduced recruit dropout rates and reduced risks associated with sick staff.

SPIIND is now extending the use of the technology to include air and land sickness and also integration into on board ship systems such as Navigation with trials underway.

Contact SPIIND at [email protected] for details and pricing

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