Virtual Reality has arrived in many shops and is now easily accessible through some of the Electrical stores. If you need to see a 3D TV then you are going to need to wear special glasses to bring the cartoons to life. Will the 3D TV be as increase intensive as the arrival of coloured TV? I recall how colour TV altered our viewing habits and intensified our enjoyment of seeing sporting events.
Up until this point I used to observe it with my “X” who was a crazy cricket follower but truth to tell, I never truly loved the game. I was constantly waiting and seeing for a hitter to escape and I was not too caring whose side it was; only as long as someone got out. In a nutshell, it was BORING.
Subsequently in colour we got to see the cricket ball was reddish, the players in those days all wore white and identified their teams by the colour of the caps they wore. Colour TV added vibrancy to the images being beamed into our lounge rooms.
3D TV and the right virtual reality spectacles will now add measurements to our coloured images that 2D simply is not capable of doing. When viewing sporting events, I am now able to see lots of folks sitting in their own lounge rooms ‘ducking’ as the ball whizzes over their heads.
- It is going to add such a sense of reality to events being air that I could see lots of humorous family seconds later on.
- But I also can see that children’s viewing tasks should be better supervised than many children’s TV viewing habits presently are now.
If your parent is not cautious about the show being viewed in quite graphic detail, and if it was the incorrect categorization for that age group; subsequently a kid could be frightened and have nightmares for the remainder of their lives. The vividness of 3D will decrease the understanding between “actual” and ‘make believe’. This is why it’s called virtual reality and the best means to prevent any kid from viewing unsuitable stuff would be to lock in the 3D eyeglasses away in the toxins cupboard.