Health & Safety Warnings
Warning Photosensitivity Epileptic Seizures:
Some people, about 1 in 4000, may have severe dizziness, seizures, epileptic seizures or blackouts when exposed to certain light patterns or flashing lights. This may occur while they are watching TV, playing video games or experiencing virtual reality. These conditions can be triggered even if they have never had a seizure or blackout before or have no history of seizures or epilepsy. Anyone who has had a seizure, loss of awareness, or other symptom linked to an epileptic condition should consult a doctor before using any virtual reality headset, including VR KIX.
To Prevent Injury or Damage:
All virtual reality headsets should be used responsibly. Be aware of your surroundings. When wearing the head mounted display, your view of your actual surroundings will be blocked. For the safest experience remain seated and make sure there are no other objects, stairs, windows or furniture that your arms and legs could come in contact with while wearing your VR KIX headset. A wheeled office style chair or stool with a swivel make great choices to enjoy the full 360 degree immersion experience.
Do not use VR KIX while walking, driving or under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Do not use if you are sleep deprived or under emotional stress.
Do not use the mobile vr headset if you are pregnant, suffering from inner ear infections, claustrophobia or have had any form of recent surgery.
People with pacemakers or other implanted medical devices should consult their doctor before using VR KIX as it uses a cell phone to deliver the content.
Take 15 minute breaks from your VR experience often to ensure that you will not experience discomfort from motion sickness or eye strain. New users should start by viewing content a few minutes at a time to see how your brain and body reacts to the virtual reality experience. Always take a break after 30 minutes.
Children should be supervised at all times during their VR experience and monitored for discomfort. VR KIX is not recommended for children under the age of 12.
People who are prone to motion sickness may experience discomfort using VR KIX. We recommend fine tuning the IPD adjustment to ensure your are viewing one clear image. Use the focus knobs on the sides of the vr viewer to make the image as clear as possible. Wear your motion sickness wrist bands or take your motion sickness medication before using this 360 degree viewer.
Use of VR KIX virtual reality glasses and any VR KIX branded or recommended apps are at the sole risk of the user. VR KIX and it's parent company Adaptive Designs Inc. is not responsible for injury or conditions incurred with use of our product.