Q: Are HYPERVSN devices harmful to people who suffer from epilepsy and migraines?

HYPERVSN was founded in 2011. Today, we have thousands of installations across the globe. In the 9 years that we have shared our technology with the world, there has not been a single report of our devices inducing any type of medical issue, including epilepsy and migraines. The visuals on our devices change at a speed of 30 frames per second, which is a frequency that surpasses the flickering speed of images considered dangerous for individuals suffering with epilepsy.

Due to the high speed at which our devices rotate, a stable image (free of flickering) is produced from start to finish. This is crucial, as digital content that displays flickering images retains a high risk of triggering photosensitive epileptic seizures. Clearly evident by the (now banned) Pokémon episode that reportedly stimulated epileptic fits from its strobe light flashing, and the 2012 Olympic logo animation that failed the photosensitivity test for animated TV material.

At HYPERVSN, we are dedicated to device safety and believe that we have developed a digital display that is completely free of visual hazards. If you have any conflicting information or reason to believe otherwise, please do not hesitate to share your insights with us. We would be happy to have further tests done according to these recommendations.

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