I did a search but didn’t see anything posted recently. Is anyone who gets motion sickness on the 3D rides done Remy’s and how did it go? For reference I had never been motion sick in my entire life until I rode Star Tours, then I had vertigo in 2020 and again last summer and I have more problems now. Runaway Railway for example I have to close my eyes during the underwater part and since there’s not really as much jostling like there is with Star Tours I have been fine there.
Remy is similar in some ways to Harry Potter & The Forbidden Journey from a motion sickness standpoint - spinning, moving cars and large immersive video screens, but without the vertical motion. DW cannot handle HPFJ and avoided Remy as a precaution.
I get motion sick fairly easily, but our last trip was the first time the screen rides bothered me at all. Star Tours was rough, FOP was mostly ok, I had no issues with Runaway Railway, and Remy was a mix. I had to close my eyes a few times. I found it pretty similar to MMRR but I thought the car had more “crazy” motion so that one was worse for me. But I would ride it again.
My husband has terrible motion sickness. He said his experience on Ratatouille was less bad than Star Tours. (He can typically do Star Tours one time.)
Paging @Jeff_AZ and his scientific rating system.
Your experience sounds similar to mine. Star Tours does me in but otherwise most Disney rides are fine.
I get this a little, too, though it doesn’t bother me much.
For Remy, I get a little motion sick during the screen parts. There are a few scenes where you park directly in front of a screen and don’t really move, all the motion is indicated by the screen, plus some minor simulated motion by the car. This makes me a little ill, but nowhere near as bad as Star Tours or even MFSR. I sometimes take my 3D glasses off and look around the room during these parts and that helps. But even without that, I’m ok.
I see your point but Forbidden Journey nearly killed me, whereas Remy was just mildly uncomfortable.
I rode Remy and HP Forbidden Journey in September and felt horrible after both. So during our January trip i rode without glasses on Remy and was fine. For what it’s worth, I’ve had no problem on Cosmic Rewind!
My DH gets motion sickness esp from simulator rides (FOP, ST). He did ok on Remy, but he did have to remove the glasses and close his eyes a few times. GOTG did a number on him, and he will never ride TOT again. He felt awful after that one.
Remy is much worse than MMRR. I get the same feeling at the same part you do for MMRR, but otherwise the ride is fine. There are several more screen scenes in Remy and I feel like there are more transitions in Remy and more of the sets are on a smaller, tighter scale than the big open rooms of MMRR.
My daughter is 9 years old and has terrible motion sickness secondary to a vestibular disorder. The first time she rode Remi she was absolutely fine and loved it! 9 months later she rode it again, saying it was her favorite ride ever but then got horribly sick from it!