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Audiologist

Local Address: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
Ochsner Clinic Foundation
 
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The larger the screen, the harder ...
www.mailtribune.com, 27 Jan 2008 [cached]
The larger the screen, the harder it is for the viewer to keep a visual frame of reference, said John Risey, an audiologist at the Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans.
"To your brain, it does appear that the entire world is moving," Risey said.That problem is not an issue when viewing the same film on a small TV screen, he added.
"What makes you dizzy is that the visual environment is moving beside you, and yet you are still," Risey said.The brain becomes confused, he continued, and can trigger reactions in other parts of the brain that cause nausea and vomiting.
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Experts suggest those who feel motion sickness try to stare at a fixed point that doesn't appear to move, such as the head of someone sitting in front of you in a theater or at a nearby seat, Risey said.
Dramamine, a medication taken to relieve nausea, might also help, he added.
The larger the screen, the harder ...
www.heraldnet.com, 26 Jan 2008 [cached]
The larger the screen, the harder it is for the viewer to keep a visual frame of reference, said John Risey, an audiologist at the Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans.
"To your brain, it does appear that the entire world is moving," Risey said.That problem is not an issue when viewing the same film on a small TV screen, he said.
The larger the screen, the harder ...
www.latimes.com, 24 Jan 2008 [cached]
The larger the screen, the harder for the viewer to keep a visual frame of reference, said John Risey, an audiologist at the Ochsner Clinic in New Orleans.
"To your brain, it does appear that the entire world is moving," Risey said.
That's not an issue when viewing the same film on a small TV screen, he said.
"What makes you dizzy is that the visual environment is moving beside you and yet you are still," Risey said.
The brain becomes confused, he said, and can trigger reactions in other parts of the brain that cause nausea and vomiting.
Find a Balance Specialist: NeuroCom International - Patient Information
www.ncmseminars.com, 2 Feb 2006 [cached]
John Risey, MCDPhone: 504-587-7574
Tulane University Hospital & Clinic
Movie & TV News @ IMDb.com
reviews.imdb.com, 30 July 1999 [cached]
John Risey , a clinical audiologist at Tulane University Hospital in New Orleans , told the newspaper , What happens is the camera and the brain mismatch message. ... Because you are seated and you are still , your brain gets wrong information that you are in motion..He indicated that the sensation would not be induced if the same film was viewed on a TV monitor.
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