Image safety -- Reducing the incidence of undesirable biomedical effects caused by visual image sequences
IWA 3:2005 establishes the concept of image safety for all categories of image providers as well as for those who view moving images, such as computer/video games, movies, videos and video pictures on websites. It also defines the following undesirable biomedical effects caused by moving images:
- photosensitive seizures;
- visually-induced motion sickness;
- visual fatigue.
IWA 3:2005 supplies viewers as well as image providers with recommendations as to how to reduce the biomedical risks to which they may be susceptible.
IWA 3:2005 does not have any contents intended for regulatory use.
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