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TL;DR the act of scrolling is enough to cause nausea. This can be triggered faster when on a phone in a dark room. It seems scrolling slower and/or in a dim lit room can help mitigate nausea, because of "stable frames", which in return could be the reason why nausea is not proned to happen in augmented reality in contrast to virtual reality.

nationalgeographic.com/science

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