Gear VR Circle Instructions
This guide provides you with the information you need to get started. For more information and additional support, please visit the main www.samsung.com support page.
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- Mobile devices and software are constantly evolving—screen images you see here are for reference only.
- The Gear VR and its connected mobile device should only be used with firmware versions that were approved for use by the device manufacturer.
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Gear VR Circle Instructions for Beginner
- The Gear VR should not be used by children under the age of 13. Watching videos or playing games with the Gear VR may affect the visual development of children.
- When children, age 13 or older, use the Gear VR, adults should limit their usage time and ensure they take frequent breaks. Adults should monitor children closely after using the Gear VR if children feel discomfort.
- The factory lens protectors are pre-installed on the Gear VR.
- Remove these lens protectors before you use the Gear VR so you can see clearly.
- Ensure the lenses are not scratched and keep them clean for clear visibility.
- The foam cushioning may get dirty if your face is sweating while wearing the Gear VR. Doing so may deteriorate the quality of the foam cushioning. Ensure that you keep your face clean and dry when wearing the Gear VR.
- When you remove the Gear VR from your head, the mobile device’s screen locks and the touch pad stops working.
- The Gear VR produces an immersive virtual reality experience that distracts you from and blocks your view of your actual surroundings. For the safest experience, always remain seated or stationary when using the Gear VR.
- Take special care to ensure that you are not near other people, objects, stairs, balconies, windows, furniture, or other items that you can bump into or knock down when using, or immediately after using, the Gear VR. Do not handle sharp or otherwise dangerous objects while using the Gear VR.
- Never wear the Gear VR in situations that require attention, such as walking, bicycling, or driving.
- When you are not wearing the Gear VR, do not place objects on the Gear VR’s proximity sensor.
- Doing so may cause the proximity sensor to stay on and drain the battery.
- Refer to your mobile device online support material for more information.
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- The Gear VR should be adjusted for each individual user, and calibrated by using the configuration software (if available) before starting a virtual reality experience. Failure to follow this instruction may increase the risk of discomfort.
- People who are prone to motion sickness in the real world also have a heightened risk of experiencing discomfort while using the Gear VR. Such individuals should take extra care to read and follow these warnings carefully.
- We recommend consulting with a doctor before using the Gear VR if you are pregnant, elderly, have psychiatric disorders, suffer from a heart condition, have pre-existing binocular vision abnormalities or suffer from a heart condition or other serious medical condition.
- Do not use the Gear VR if you have symptoms of squint, amblyopia, or anisometropia. Using the Gear VR may aggravate these symptoms.
- Do not use the Gear VR when the attached mobile device is hot as this may cause burns. To prevent any injuries, take frequent breaks when using the Gear VR.
- Make sure the Gear VR is level and secured comfortably on your head, and that you see a single, clear image. If you wear the Gear VR tilted to one side, you may feel discomfort.
- Just as with the symptoms people can experience after they disembark a cruise ship, symptoms of virtual reality exposure can persist and become more apparent hours after use.
- These post-use symptoms can include the symptoms above, as well as excessive drowsiness and decreased ability to multi-task. These symptoms may put you at an increased risk of injury when engaging in normal activities in the real world.