Student invented VR software 3

Galen Stetsyuk with a virtual reality game he is developing called Core Disruption.

A University of Maryland student from Frederick has created a virtual reality gaming company with a software created to reduce simulation sickness.

Galen Stetsyuk, 26, is a computer science major and created MPLEX with friend and UMD graduate Mike Sorokin, 22, from Kensington.

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anantzzz this another huge development in the realm of VR gaming. Motion sickness is indeed something that has troubled gamers for quite some time. Hopefully, this development will lead other game developers to implement similar, or more-improved techniques, to enhance the gaming experience. With VR market expected to be worth almost 50 billion USD by 2025, this will undoubtedly be a potentially important step.


Stupid games.

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