To prevent possible impact to visual development, children under the age of 13 should NOT use VR headset. Adults should monitor children (age 13 and older) who are using or have used the VR headset for any of the symptoms described below and should limit the time children spend using the VR headset and ensure they take breaks during use.
Some people may experience severe dizziness, motion sickness, seizures, epileptic seizures, or blackouts triggered by light flashes or patterns. This may occur while they are watching TV, playing video games, or experiencing virtual reality. Such seizures are more common in children and young people under the age of 20. People with a history of severe dizziness, motion sickness, seizure, and epileptic seizure should seek a doctor’s advice before using this VR headset.
Immediately discontinue VR headset usage if you experience any discomfort such as a nausea, lightheadedness, sore eyes, fatigue, etc.
Take at least a 10 to 15 minute break for every 30 minutes of use to avoid prolonged usage, even if you don’t think you need it.
Use only under safe environment. It is suggested to be seated during usage to avoid accidents.
Do not use the VR headset while driving, operating heavy machinery, walking, or when usage would distract from situations where you must obey traffic or safety laws. If you feel impaired or disoriented after using the VR headset, do not immediately drive or operate heavy machinery.