General principles:
Universal Player application, along with the accompanying Rekindle Glasses and Rekindle Stick accessory, are designed to deliver an immersive 3D viewing experience. However, it is important to understand that individual perception of 3D effects can vary due to several factors:
  1. Individual Differences: People have varying levels of depth perception, influenced by factors like age, vision quality, and even genetics. This can affect how strongly they experience the 3D effect.
  2. 3D scene perception: The 3D effect is visible within the display outline. 3D scene is not visible outside the display outline.
  3. Environmental Factors: The viewing environment plays a role. Ambient lighting, glare, reflections, and distractions can hinder the brain's ability to interpret depth cues, impacting the perceived 3D effect.
  4. Experience and Familiarity: Previous exposure to 3D content can influence how effectively individuals perceive depth cues. Those accustomed to 3D may experience a stronger effect.
  5. Viewing Distance and Angle: The optimal distance and angle for 3D viewing varies depending on the user and display. Sitting too close, too far, or at an extreme angle can diminish the 3D effect.
  6. Display Technology: Different types of displays render 3D effects differently, potentially influencing the perceived experience.
While the Universal Player app strives to provide an optimal 3D experience and are doing our best to improve our products, we cannot guarantee uniform perception of 3D effects due to these factors. We encourage users to experiment with viewing distance, lighting conditions, and adjusting the app's settings to find their personal sweet spot for enjoying 3D content.

Health Considerations:
  1. Pregnant women, individuals with heart disease, epilepsy or a family history of epilepsy, those prone to photosensitive seizures, and people who easily get nauseous should not watch 3D content.
  2. If you feel strange or have difficulty seeing in 3D, stop watching 3D content. Continuing to view 3D images could cause discomfort or uneasiness.
  3. Children under 3 years old should not watch 3D content, as their visual development is not complete, and they may not perceive the stereoscopic effect well. Prolonged exposure to 3D content could potentially affect their vision development.
  4. Watching 3D content for an extended period may cause headaches or eye strain. If you experience any discomfort, stop watching immediately and take a break. It is recommended to take regular breaks during extended viewing sessions and to consult with a healthcare professional if you experience any discomfort, dizziness, or other adverse effects.
  5. Certain individuals may experience seizures or other complications when exposed to specific visual images, such as flashing lights or patterns that may appear in videos. If you or any of your relatives have a history of seizures or epilepsy, consult a healthcare professional before watching 3D content.
Our products are intended for use in accordance with recommended guidelines for safe and responsible viewing.

Liability Limitations and Terms of Use:
  1. Our 3D video player application, 3D glasses, and stick are provided "as is" without any warranties, express or implied, including but not limited to the implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement. In no event shall our company be liable for any direct, indirect, incidental, special, or consequential damages arising out of or in any way connected with the use of our products or the inability to use our products.
  2. Users agree to use our products responsibly and in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations. Our company reserves the right to modify, suspend, or discontinue any aspect of our products at any time without prior notice.
  3. By using our products, users acknowledge and agree to the terms outlined in this disclaimer.
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