Impact of wobbly bridges and sky-scrapers on human health to be tested in government-funded research centre

The impact of vibrations from very tall buildings and wobbly bridges and floors on people’s health and wellbeing is to be researched in a new £7.2 million government-funded national research facility.

Check out the rest of the story about the launch of VSimulators on the University of Exeter’s website

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/news/featurednews/title_574555_en.html 

In the meantime, here is some other coverage of the story:

Wobbly skyscrapers may trigger motion-sickness and depression, warn experts (Source: The Telegraph)

Did you feel the earth move? (Source: The Plymouth Herald)

Exeter and Bath get £7.2m to find out if wobbling is bad for us (Source: Devon Live)

Do YOU work in a skyscraper? Wobbly high-rise buildings may trigger motion-sickness, insomnia and depression (Source: Daily Mail)

Wobbly skyscrapers may trigger motion-sickness and depression, warn experts (Source: MSN Health)
Are skyscrapers making you sick? A new £7 million study is trying to find out (Source: Architecture magazine)
Are tall buildings good for your health? (Source: About Manchester)
VR vibration simulators set up to study effects of working in a skyscraper (Source: Engineering & Technology)
Universities to set up lab to measure fear and nausea caused by tall buildings (Source: Global Construction Review) http://bit.ly/2nr89Rc

 

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