Magic Leap One is not a toy and should NOT be used by children under the age of 14. The device is not sized for children, and improper sizing can lead to pain, discomfort, or negative health effects.
Magic Leap One has not been tested on teenagers under the age of 18, meaning there may be an increased risk that the device does not properly fit teenagers between 13 and 17. Adults should monitor teenagers age 13 and older during and after use of Magic Leap One to ensure they do not experience any pain or discomfort, spend limited time using the device, and take breaks during use to decrease the risk of discomfort or pain (including the types of discomfort stated in the section below titled “Warning: Discomfort”), or other adverse symptoms. Prolonged use should be avoided.
Adults should ensure that teenagers age 13 and older only use Magic Leap One as recommended by this Safety Guide and all other documentation provided online and with Magic Leap One. To reduce the risk of discomfort, pain or injury, teenagers over the age of 13 should:
- complete the Visual Calibration and and Fitting Guide (accessible from the Settings menu) before using the device;
- immediately discontinue use if the teenager does not successfully complete the Visual Calibration and Fitting Guide or the teenager feels any pain or discomfort while completing the Visual Calibration or Fitting Guide; and
- immediately discontinue if any discomfort (including eye aches) is experienced during use of Magic Leap One.
For more information regarding all of our safety guidelines, please visit https://www.magicleap.com/safety