Do you think Virtual Reality is bound to make the youth even worse?
Make the youth even worse? Its difficult to determine exactly what makes a person bad to begin with without knowing the actual person.If you stop to think about it... many kids have issues due to family,the way they are taught to be by their parents/ guardian or simply by the friends they have . Now, when you come to think about how technology has affected the youth; I believe you can also blame parenting on not limiting this luxury to their kids. Why luxury? Because not many people have the benefit to technology and it is sad how some abuse it .
Technology is affecting everyone and not just the youth as phones slowly take up most of the time and focus from family, friends, relationships, productivity etc. How about virtual reality ? Statistically proven; the average gamer age is 31 years of age, games are very therapeutic, reduce depression and stress, help with cognitive function , improve vision, stability, improve situation making and many more things. So what will a headpiece bring out? No hostility and no bad benefits unless you let yourself, your child or whomever to violate the amount of time you spend on a virtual game. Probably might even help out with many of the same benefits and might make them more interactive and productive with movement.
Doesn't really have anything to do with the youth, rather than overall behavior of people in general.
As for my answer, it's a mixed bag. Can't say yes or no because both will be true to some degree.
Virtual Reality? Is that still a thing? What year is this, 1996?
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