GOOVIS HMD a Comfortable Low Blue-Light Viewing Environment and Low Visual Fatigue in the Virtual World.
Industry experts and customers have complimented GOOVIS, a product brand of NED Optics, a technical leader in the XR Head-Mounted Display (HMD) field, for delivering premium HMD products based on quality and safety principles. Its solutions go beyond traditional viewing devices, which can cause tiredness and pain, and instead provide protective optical technology that does not detract from a high-quality visual experience. As buyers prepare for the holidays, the GOOVIS Amazon store offers an incredible selection of products appropriate for a variety of multimedia activities throughout the holidays, as well as special discounts.
“The practical application of VR/AR, or XR in general, is becoming a popular topic. For many users, the first word they relate to VR/AR is immersion. So, some devices prioritize immersion by leading people’s senses to wander around in the virtual world but fail to maintain clarity. This causes fatigue and discomfort, or even potential damage to eyes,” said Dr. Huajun Peng, Founder and CEO of NED Optics. “This is one challenge GOOVIS HDM has tried to address. We aim to create the highest clarity for users when they are entering the world behind the screen. And this should be premised on comfort – dizziness-free, no eyestrain, and protecting users against the dangers of blue light damage.”
GOOVIS received the world’s first SGS Metaverse series: Low Visual Fatigue certification this November. In 2020 the brand earned the TÜV Rheinland certification for providing a comfortable low blue-light viewing environment, becoming the world’s first full-mode low blue light eye protection headset which defines GOOVIS as being ahead of its competition in user safety. Prior to this, GOOVIS passed the rigorous eye health safety assessment of the National Ophthalmology Engineering Center, obtaining a four-star safety certification for all their products in 2018.
The AMOLED micro-display eye protection screen and the company’s unique optical technologies are two of the company’s primary strengths in achieving these certifications. GOOVIS HMD lowers blue light damage by more than 70% when compared to a typical computer and mobile phone screens. Blurred vision, eyestrain, dry eye, macular degeneration, and cataracts have all been related to blue light from electronics. GOOVIS has received positive feedback from customers for its technological regulation of blue light exposure, which protects against potential eye injury while also boosting user comfort.
All GOOVIS products prioritize safety and convenience of use, and customers frequently praise the inclusion of binocular diopter and inter-pupillary distance adjustments. This protective technology allows users to adjust the HMD independently, supporting 300 degrees for hyperopia and 800 degrees for myopia, allowing users to enjoy a clear and 3D stereoscopic viewing experience without myopia glasses and with less strain on the eyes.
Consumers have praised the strong protective qualities of GOOVIS products for increasing comfort and extending viewing periods, with many users in the medical field utilizing GOOVIS for training sessions exceeding 6 hours. This long-wearing capability is further exhibited in its ability to immerse the user in the visual experience, allowing for a focused viewing session whenever and wherever.
Although visually, the device looks comparable to other HMD on the market, GOOVIS has been commended for their protective optical technology, producing premium quality viewing products that appear to be above and beyond their competition. Proving to be a trustworthy producer of high-quality products, GOOVIS is redefining a new way to experience multimedia entertainment.
In November 2021, GOOVIS received the world’s first SGS Meta-universe series – Low Fatigue Visual certification. Before this, in May 2020, GOOVIS has obtained the TÜV Rheinland certification for providing a comfortable low blue-light viewing environment, becoming the world’s first full-mode low blue-light eye protection headset, defining it as ahead of its competition in user safety.