Jan 16, 2018
[Infographic] What every parent needs to know about VR
On an average day, we all know being a parent isn't easy. Being a parent in a constantly evolving technological world? That's even harder.
Virtual Reality is the newest technology to be making its way into our homes, sometimes utilising our mobile phones, and at other times being a stand-alone device.
No doubt your child has already asked you about it or may even own one. However, some parents aren't satisfied with the amount of information out there about these tiny screens strapped to our loved one's faces, which is why we put together a parents guide to Virtual Reality.
Relevant guide: A parent's guide to virtual reality
We've condensed down the detailed information into bite-sized chunks of information to help guide you in what you should be doing.
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In the complete guide, we take a look at the following important information for parents:
- What is Virtual reality and how does it work?
- When is it OK for children to use Virtual Reality?
- Can Virtual Reality be educational for your child?
- The dangers of Virtual Reality for children
- What are the big discussion points in Virtual Reality?
- Choosing the best Virtual Reality headset for your child
This infographic was just a taster to what you may need to think about when it comes to Virtual Reality. In this full guide, we're able to go into a lot more detail and really break down each point making it comprehensive yet easy to understand.
Relevant guide: A parents guide to virtual reality
Are you a parent with a child using Virtual Reality?
We'd love to hear your thoughts on this sensitive topic. Do you think your children should be able to delve into VR at any age or should it have stricter age rating?
Do you think the dangers are real or are they simply worries we don't have answers to yet?
Leave a comment down below to let us know your thoughts.