By Tom Gamlin – from ideas come designs.
The current Gamlin Travel Visor model is a one-size-fits-all device and relies on binocular vision to achieve the desired result. It is set to the average interpupillary distance for the average adult, which is approximately 63mm between the centres of a pair of eyes. We must be aware of these measurements when we consider what’s best for alleviating child car sickness. This doesn’t mean that a young child wouldn’t benefit from wearing the Visor but we strongly recommend that supervision is provided.
To help you to understand this issue, we offer an explanation regarding a similar application. The article below considers the use of the PlayStation VR and it’s suitability for children under the age of 12 years.