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Health and Safety Disclaimer
By selecting yes, you acknowledge the health and safety risks associated with Virtual Reality (VR) technology. You understand and agree that VR technology is a platform that is inherent to risks of personal injury and/or discomfort. To reduce these risks, it is important that you read, evaluate, and follow all health and safety warnings, guidelines and/or instructions with respect to the virtual reality platform (including all related hardware, software, and services).
- Begin by using the Virtual Reality (VR) headset a few times to adjust to the experience.
- Take a break every 30 minutes.
- Always take a break when you feel discomfort or disorientation.
- VR headsets are for indoor use only and should never be used outside or in direct sunlight.
- VR headsets must be used in a space clear of obstructions including furniture, people, and objects.
- Be aware that VR headsets might interfere with medical devices that emit radio waves.
- To use a VR headset access to a stable Wi-Fi connection is mandatory.
- Virtual reality experiences require balance and motion.
- Do not use any VR training module when you are: tired; need sleep; under the influence of alcohol or drugs; hung over; have digestive problems; under emotional stress or anxiety; suffering from cold, flu, headaches, migraines, or earaches (as this can increase your susceptibility to adverse symptoms).
- If you are pregnant, elderly, have pre-existing binocular vision abnormalities or psychiatric disorders or suffer from any other serious medical condition, consult your doctor before using a VR headset.
- Some people may have severe dizziness, seizures, eye or muscle twitching or blackouts triggered by light flashes or patterns, and this may occur while they are watching tv, playing video or experiencing virtual reality – even if they have never had a seizure or blackout before or have no history of seizures or epilepsy.
- Anyone who previously has had a seizure, loss of awareness, or other symptoms linked to anepileptic condition should see a doctor before using VR technology.
- Potential Health Hazards include:
- Dizziness or disorientation
- Eye strain
- Fatigue or drowsiness
- Impaired balance and hand and eye coordination
- Altered, blurred or double vision.
By using a VR headset, you represent and warrant that you have read and understand all such warnings, guidelines, and instructions. You are solely responsible for your use of the VR headsets and assume all risks associated with your use of these technologies and related activities.
These VR courses are for skill practice purposes only, and do not offer formal certification in any of the subject areas.