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A small percentage of individuals may experience epileptic seizures or blackouts when exposed to certain light patterns or flashing lights. Exposure to certain patterns or backgrounds while utilizing or viewing content on a virtual reality headset may trigger epileptic seizures or blackouts in these individuals. These conditions may trigger previously undetected epileptic symptoms or seizures in persons who have no history of prior seizures or epilepsy. If you, or anyone in your family has an epileptic condition or has had seizures of any kind, consult your physician before playing.


Please note that certain people are susceptible to various symptoms and conditions when using a virtual reality headset, including:


  • epileptic seizures or loss of consciousness, involuntary movement or convulsion;

  • blurred or altered vision;

  • motion sickness, dizziness, disorientation or nausea; and/or

  • repetitive motion injuries and eye strain, eye or muscle twitches.


IMMEDIATELY DISCONTINUE use and consult your physician if you or your child experience any of the foregoing symptoms before resuming use of the virtual reality headset. RESUME USE ONLY ON APPROVAL OF YOUR PHYSICIAN.


VR Headset Safety Notice


As with all virtual reality content, please carefully read and follow all health and safety precautions from your virtual reality headset manufacturer before use.


Failing to review and adhere to the health and safety precautions set forth in this notice and the precautions given by the manufacturer of your virtual reality headset may cause damage to property, personal injury to you or others, or death.


We strongly recommend that you take reasonable breaks from virtual reality headset use every 15 to 20 minutes and that you do not maintain use for excessively long periods, or while you are tired, drowsy or fatigued.


If you are pregnant or if you have any pre-existing medical condition, you should talk with a physician to obtain professional advice before viewing the content.


You should not utilize the virtual reality headset or view the content under the influence of alcohol or drugs or while using prescription or non-prescription medication.


**Always be aware of your surroundings when utilizing the virtual reality headset and/or viewing the content.  **When using a virtual reality headset it is best to remain seated if that mode is supported.  Since the content is an immersive reality experience, you may not be able to fully see or hear your surroundings while playing.  Whether or not you remain seated during use, give yourself plenty of room and make sure the surrounding area is clear of objects and people that could be bumped into during use.  Ensure you are in a safe environment and not near stairs, balconies, windows, walls, furniture, objects that could cause tripping hazards or other objects or people that may pose a danger to you or them or could be damaged or cause injury during use. Sound volume for the content should be kept at a level so that you can be aware of your surroundings while using, and to avoid any damage to your hearing.

General Health Warning and Safety Notice

Last Modified on June 16, 2023

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