The Labo VR has finally been released, and some fans have noticed a very amusing health and safety warning that comes with the kit.
As seen in the first promotional video, a pair of large plastic lenses are a critical component of the Labo VR kit. Evidently, the designers were afraid that curious Labo owners may attempt to use the lenses as binoculars or a magnifying glass, and included a safety warning to beware of eye damage and fire hazards.
However, their choice of images to illustrate these dangers has turned out looking rather silly. Being printed on the same card, the two images together look like the kit is warning players that if they look at the sun using the goggles, they will be set on fire. You can check the warning out for yourself below, courtesy of johntv on Twitter.
Cool unannounced feature – if you use Labo VR and look at the sun, you will burst into flames pic.twitter.com/1TqmrhWkO5
— John Ricciardi (@johntv) April 12, 2019
While these warning illustrations are admittedly quite funny, the potential dangers of burning one’s eyes or property are no joke. Players should take care to use the Labo VR kit responsibly, and avoid using its components for purposes which they were not intended for.
Labo VR is out now for Nintendo Switch.
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