Important information for 3D viewing
• The 3D function has been designed for private
use and entertainment in your home environment.
Please note that any commercial use of the 3D
function could lead to copyright infringement of
authors' rights. Toshiba asks you to respect the
intellectual property rights of third parties.
About handling the 3D glasses
• Do not leave the 3D glasses or the accessories
within the reach of small children. Inhaling or
swallowing them may cause suffocation or lesions
in the stomach wall. If swallowed, consult a doctor
• Do not repair, modify, or disassemble the 3D
glasses by yourself. Doing so may cause you to
become indisposed while viewing 3D images.
• Do not expose the glasses to excessive heat
such as sunshine, fire, or the like.
About the 3D glasses
• Do not use the 3D glasses if they are not working
properly or broken. Continuing to use them in such
a state may cause injury, eye strain, or indisposition.
Do not use the 3D glasses if they are broken or
have any cracks.
• Do not stand or walk while wearing 3D glasses.
You may lose your balance which could result in falls
or other accidents.
• Do not wear the 3D glasses for any purpose other
than viewing 3D programming. 3D glasses do not
function as sunglasses.
• Do not drop, exert pressure on, or step on the 3D
glasses. Doing so may damage the glass section,
which may result in injury. Exposing the 3D glasses
to liquid or excessive heat may damage the function.
• If your nose or temple turns red, or you feel
pain or discomfort, stop using the 3D glasses.
Such symptoms as above may occur if you keep
wearing them for a long time, which may also cause
Cautions on watching 3D images
• Some viewers may experience a seizure or
blackout when exposed to certain flashing
images or lights contained in certain 3D
television pictures or video games. Anyone who
has had a seizure, loss of awareness, or other
Cautions for 3D
symptoms linked to an epileptic condition, or has a
family history of epilepsy, should contact a health
care provider before using the 3D function.
• Avoid use of the 3D function when under the
influence of alcohol.
• If you are ill or feel ill, you should refrain from
viewing 3D images, and consult your health care
provider as may be appropriate.
• If you experience any of the following symptoms
when viewing 3D video images, stop viewing and
contact your health care provider: Convulsions,
eye or muscle twitching, loss of awareness, altered
vision, involuntary movements, disorientation, eye
strain, nausea/vomiting, dizziness, headaches.
• If you feel eye fatigue or other discomfort
from viewing 3D video images, remove the 3D
glasses and discontinue use until the condition
• Viewing in 3D may cause dizziness and/or
disorientation for some viewers. Therefore,
to avoid injury do not place your TV near open
stairwells, balconies, or wires. Also do not sit near
objects that could be broken if accidentally hit.
• When viewing 3D images, always wear 3D
glasses. Watching 3D images without 3D glasses
may cause eye strain. Use specified 3D glasses.
• Do not wear 3D glasses or watch 3D images from
steep angles or while lying down. The 3D effect
is lost in these conditions and eye strain may result.
• Use the 3D glasses at the proper viewing angle
and distance. It is recommended that the viewer's
eyes and 3D glasses are level with the screen.
• If you have prescription eye glasses or contact
lenses, wear the 3D glasses over them. Watching
3D images without appropriate eyewear may cause
• If 3D images often appear in double or if you
cannot see the images in 3D, stop viewing.
Continuous viewing may cause eye strain.
• D u e t o t h e p o s s i b l e i m p a c t o n v i s i o n
development, viewers of 3D video images should
be age 6 or above. Children and teenagers may be
more susceptible to health effects from viewing 3D
images and should be closely supervised.
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