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Oct 20 2016 | 6:33 pm EDT Firegold21

I've let my now 5 year old son use my Gear VR and Cardboard for very limited runs. If I'm ever able to get a PSVR, I would allow the same highly restricted usage, given appropriate games.

I limit it to no more than 15 minutes at a time and not very often; he hasn't done it on a good month or so (keep running out of space to have his apps and mine at the same time).

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Oct 21 2016 | 10:57 am EDT pkcable

I've let my now 5 year old son use my Gear VR and Cardboard for very limited runs. If I'm ever able to get a PSVR, I would allow the same highly restricted usage, given appropriate games.

I limit it to no more than 15 minutes at a time and not very often; he hasn't done it on a good month or so (keep running out of space to have his apps and mine at the same time).

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This sounds reasonable. Controlled, limited, monitored use should be fine. (If the kid is deathly afraid of clowns, then maybe a title like "Haunted Funhouse" might want to be avoided, etc)
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Oct 21 2016 | 11:41 am EDT ckelly33

This sounds reasonable. Controlled, limited, monitored use should be fine. (If the kid is deathly afraid of clowns, then maybe a title like "Haunted Funhouse" might want to be avoided, etc)
How about my 18 year old who is deathly afraid of clowns? lol
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Oct 21 2016 | 11:51 am EDT pkcable

How about my 18 year old who is deathly afraid of clowns? lol
Therapy? lol Make sure they never watch "Killer Clown from Outerspace"? GREAT movie, in a campy, cult classic kind of way! "What are you gonna do now knock my block off?"
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Oct 22 2016 | 8:39 am EDT scampinig

Could you tell me if you have found any educational or just type program are games
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Oct 23 2016 | 9:20 am EDT scampinig

I like the possibility of that is used to improve the sports practice in my case me gustaria that applies in bowling and my wife also you would like really this possibility
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Oct 23 2016 | 9:39 am EDT pkcable

Could you tell me if you have found any educational or just type program are games
For sure there are educational programs. Additionally VR is a teaching tool in many schools and is used in medical, fire, other rescue, real estate, etc.
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Oct 23 2016 | 12:38 pm EDT Theot

I've let my now 5 year old son use my Gear VR and Cardboard for very limited runs. If I'm ever able to get a PSVR, I would allow the same highly restricted usage, given appropriate games.

I limit it to no more than 15 minutes at a time and not very often; he hasn't done it on a good month or so (keep running out of space to have his apps and mine at the same time).

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I've considered letting my 10 year old try mine but didn't want to make her sick. But I like the idea of limiting the time. Did he have any issues with headache or anything?