Apple aims to use VR to beat motion sickness in robot cars

Apple has already gained a foothold in the automotive industry with Carplay, the software that makes it easier to use iOS apps in your car. — dpa

NEW YORK: Apple is working on new technology to combat motion sickness in self-driving cars by using virtual reality headsets for passengers to wear.

According to a recently approved patent in the US, the iPhone manufacturer's system is designed to use virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR) and a set of sensors to make future robot cars more comfortable to use.

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