Additionally, it looks like Chrome 74 can turn the browser into a better friend for those who are susceptible to marine illness. It can instruct websites to keep up with your operating system preferences when it comes to motion and animation. If you've included options such as "Remove Animations" or "Decrease Motion" on iOS, Android, Windows, or Mac, this can ensure that the page you are visiting does not really play videos or animate visual effects that may cause dizziness nausea. However, it will only work for websites that choose to create more relaxed alternatives to their more dynamic pages.
In a blog post on Google Developer Blog for this feature, Developer Defender Thomas Steiner explained the technology behind the feature:
"… with blinking ads, fantastic parallax effects, surprising animation, automatic video and etc., sometimes on the Internet may seem too much … Fortunately, unlike real life, we have a solution for the media CSS preference-reduced movement allows developers to create a page variant for users who prefer reduced moving This can include everything from refraining from automatically playing videos to excluding some purely decorative effects to full page redesign for certain users. "