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    user, which implies controlling what he hears and sees among other things, without causing “simulation sickness” (IQ Intel, 2016). As reported by Intel (2016), it was a very common feeling gamers had when they were trying to play a virtual reality game, but without…

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    Essay On Pokemon

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    Most kids watch the anime series Pokemon because it is fun and amusing to watch but did they ever think about who Ash’s (main character) father was? Ash’s father never appears on screen, or at least he never appears on screen saying that he or ir is Ash’s father. For those who don’t know what Pokemon is, it is a world-wide famous anime series about a trainer and his pet like creatures called Pokemons going on an adventure. The protagonists are Ash, a human being and Pikachu, Ash’s first pokemon…

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    This is because they allowed their kids to always be on technology allowing them to get addicted. According to Healthy Children’s Website, their research shows, “4 of 5 households (families) own a device used to play video games,” they also said, “media can influence how children and teens feel, learn, think, and behave.” From the children using the technology so much it affected how they behaved. Causing them to get mad at their parents for telling them to get off the…

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    I’ve noticed over the past few years that so many little kids younger then my brother Sawyer have the latest and greatest technology. What happened to little kids running around outside and playing not stuck inside all day playing video games and eating junk food? What happened to parents who dealt with their spoiled brat children and not letting them run around the place like little heavens? I have seen so many children lately smoking kids who are 12 or 13 years old. My brothers age. Our…

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    there's more pros than cons but there’s one that's the most important, privacy and security risks. We put ourselves into deep risk when we are on technology like cellphones. Nowadays, playing a simple game on our phones requests us to enable our location, that's more dangerous than playing a board game in the middle of an empty alley way. By doing such, we are letting others see where we live and go. It's not just creepy, it's also scary if someone is trying to kill you. leaving your phones or…

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    John Stewart Video Script

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    Have you ever enthusiastically followed a series of videos or dramas, which unfortunately is made in another language? Video sharing has become a significant part of people’s daily entertainment in the modern society, and such need created an emergence of abundant video producers for the need of various types of video. However, due to the process of globalization and introduction of the internet, people also began to found their own favorite series often made in a language beyond their lingual…

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    “Imagination, also called the faculty of imagining, is the ability to form new images and sensations in the mind that are not perceived through senses such as sight, hearing, or other senses” (Wikipedia). According to Frank L. Baum, author of the wonderful Wizard of Oz “the imaginative child will become the imaginative man or woman most apt to create, invent, and therefore to foster civilization” While, this may have been true in the time the Wizard of Oz was written, but currently this is no…

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    SCREEN TIME AND CHILDREN This is a topic, on wich a lot of poeple disagree on. I read on the passage, "Screen Time Limits Are Vital for Children," that there are many health and mental issues, linked to the screen time that children spend. I do agree that ,children, should not spend too much time in front of a television set or on a smart phone. This devices can be a distraction, and if used excesively, they can become a healt issue. For example; too much time looking and focusing on the…

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    There is fairly widespread agreement that adolescents take more risks at least partly because they have an immature frontal cortex, the frontal cortex is the area of the brain that takes a second look at something and reasons about a particular behavior. One interpretation of all these findings is that in teens, parts of the brain involved in keeping emotional, impulsive responses in check are still reaching maturity. In addition, Dr. Jay Giedd at the National Institute of Mental Health in…

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    With innovation even in its early stages, the original DOOM video game is one of the most renowned video games of all times for being the first to implement one of if not the most popular video game styles, the first person shooter. This style has become a staple, but not a requirement, in the genre of dystopian science fiction in video games many gamers know and love today.(DOOM, 1993) Franchises that followed in DOOM’s footsteps include the Half Life series, which follows a scientist named…

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