The use of the stereoscopic viewer (for augmented reality or virtual reality) in this app is designed for short moments near witnesses. It is advisable to do it safely, standing still and not continuously during the visit. Some people may experience various disorders (such as fatigue and eye irritation, or nausea). During the use of virtual reality content, some people may suffer from motion sickness (“seasickness”), nausea, disorientation, blurred vision or other disorders. If you experience any of these symptoms, discontinue use immediately and remove the visor.
The vision by young children (especially if under six years old) is still not safe. Consult your pediatrician or ophthalmologist before allowing young children to view 3D images or use 3D stereoscopic games. During these activities, an adult must always be present and ensure that the above recommendations are followed by the youngest.
Subjects sensitive to intermittent lights or to particular geometric shapes or configurations could suffer from a form of undiagnosed epilepsy and be subjected to epileptic seizures by looking at a screen. If you are subject to epileptic seizures, consult your doctor before using the visor and contact him immediately if you experience one or more of the following symptoms during play: visual changes, muscle contractions, other involuntary movements, loss of consciousness, mental confusion and / or convulsions.