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Finally giving my daughter the VR experience. Oh my, she is hooked in no time, learning how to teleport and stuff by her freaking self in less than 30 minutes! Within an hour she is already playing beat saber. And this is just a 2.5 yrs old little girl. I remember it took some of my friends with PhD or MD close to an hour grasp and utilize VR confidently.

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Does the cat also get on the sweet VR poontang as well?
 

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lol thats adorable, she can like barely handle it look how big it is! good on you for getting them into young though. Tech is not going away.
 
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Kids are smarter than we give them credit for they will grasp technology like a expert before most parents do. I’m just about 41 now and I took to technology at a very young age. I was not as young as that girl is though.
 

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How long does it take the cat to understand how to use VR?
 
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Well you have to consider as kids their minds are easier to tech new things as their innocent minds aren’t held back by the world

It’s why it’s recommended to start kids early with swim lessons and new languages
 
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I am impressed that my 2 year old baby girl figured out how to use the TV remote and my smartphone to watch her cartoons.

Now keeping my phone away from her is a challenge. But she is too cute and I give in too easily to her.
 
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sorry nothing against ya but this is too early.
or i am getting old
 
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Kids are smarter than we give them credit for they will grasp technology like a expert before most parents do. I’m just about 41 now and I took to technology at a very young age. I was not as young as that girl is though.
Actually no. Kids are pretty empty knowledge-wise and that's why they learn so fast. They can still use the fast buffer.
Just looking at "computational complexity": using a smartphone is nothing special compared to, lets say, speaking. :p

And while quick learning is great, the skills that kids learn nowadays aren't... Do you know that majority of teenagers can't use physical keyboards? People who currently start their higher education write with 2 fingers like 60-year-olds.
They're also much less developed manually. Again - this is something that becomes clear at universities. It's all great that a 3-year-old can play a VR game, but can it also build something from LEGO? Because, again, current second-year students at my Physics dep. can't get their heads around soldering...
 
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Actually no. Kids are pretty empty knowledge-wise and that why they learn so fast. They can still use the fast buffer.
Just looking at "computational complexity": using a smartphone is nothing special compared to, lets say, speaking. :p

And while quick learning is great, the skills that kids learn nowadays aren't... Do you know that majority of teenagers can't use physical keyboards? People who currently start their higher education write with 2 fingers like 60-year-olds.
They're also much less developed manually. Again - this is something that becomes clear at universities. It's all great that a 3-year-old can play a VR game, but can it also build something from LEGO? Because, again, current second-year students at my Physics dep. can't get their heads around soldering...
It was rather scary to see how kindergartens now have computers and tablets for kids. None of that existed (well, PC's did but those were C64's and such like that) when I was in Kindergarten. We were busy playing Lego's, building stuff with cardboard, and preventing ourselves from jumping over the railings and falling to our deaths in the playground (for very congested city life, some of our kindergartens were on the roof of buildings).

Now there are kids in college/university that come out and into my workforce who can't put together a sentence properly, nor can they use proper grammar or even general spelling (instead of writing you, they write "u" as if they are texting).

My eldest daughter though is getting some of her early education in India though (her moms side of the family), and she speaks already both Punjabi and English at 5 years old. So she will do better than I ever will (I can only speak English). So there is some hope on my end.

Edit: as a note - my grammar and spelling also sucks. But at least I can still articulate what I want to say a heck of a lot better than most kids now.
 
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Don't believe that nowadays kids are smarter than what kids from 100 years ago were. They just have a lot more stuff to exercise their brains and lets be real, IT tech is made to be as intuitive as possible, as even the most stupidest person to learn to use it without a manual. But yeah, a child will get the hang of something much easier compared to an adult, because they don't have the templates that adults have in their logic/thinking.
 
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Kids aren't smart. That's down to how they're educated. What kids have is brain plasticity. The ability to make new neural connections, readily. Once we reach a certain age, those connections are harder to make. It's why language learning is also best done at an early age.

But @xkm1948, cute kid you got there. Keep her away from 'your' VR collection... :eek:
 
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Super cute, but whether its responsible parenting to make this a habit at this age, is another question entirely IMO
 
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They just have a lot more stuff to exercise their brains and lets be real, IT tech is made to be as intuitive as possible, as even the most stupidest person to learn to use it without a manual.
This is exactly the problem we have nowadays. Stuff is made to be easy to use. And by all means: it should be. But it also kills problem solving skills.

Just look how LEGO sets changed since 90s. When I was a kid, the idea was to build a digger out of scrap. Today it's about building some popular cartoon character from 5 pieces.
It's the same with video games, jigsaw puzzles and so on. It's not that I believe kids today do jigsaws anyway, but I remember sets with hundreds of pieces and difficult pictures (forests, ocean views and so on).
The stuff I see in toy stores today looks like this (and BTW: I actually think the movie is great):
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It was rather scary to see how kindergartens now have computers and tablets for kids.
I don't know. Teaching kids about technology is important. I'm just worried about the balance between "operating a smartphone" and "operating the rest of the world"... :)
I'm also looking forward to this generation growing up. You might have heard that many high schools (and, sadly, universities) have to ban smartphones during classes. Students can't concentrate. But IMO it's the same with the older generation (currently 30-40 years old). And these people got pocketable Internet fairly late in life.
Who knows... maybe giving smartphones to kids early in life could fix this (you know... saturation... :) ).
 
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That's awesome! Yea, my kids love it. My youngest daughter loves playing Henry. I have some pics somewhere I'll share them when I find them. :toast:
 
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My youngest son grew up with the use of a computer at a very young age. He's smart and confident in all that he does. He was in college for a long time and got himself two degrees. (business and electro-mechanical engineering)
For work, he designs, builds, and implements the robots used on the Tesla automotive lines.
As a hobby, he's working as a part- time volunteer for NASA on the future missions to MARS. Early adoption of technology helped him out as a young man. He always had a good work ethic.
 
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in france handys are not allowed anymore for the youngest in school. and rest of europe is thinking about it.

i think this thread was not meant for this discussion but could be the beginning of a good talk about this matter if xkm1948 is ok with it.
 
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Yeah its pretty amazing. My daughter took to PC gaming at 4 years old and quickly I might add but what is even cooler is my son took to the PC at 2 years old...I mean using web browsers, you tube for kids, games etc...all because he watched his big sister and me. The only thing he needs help with are his searches because he cannot read yet. He just turned 4 and is way advanced compared to his sister when she was 4. She is now 9.

At 2 years old he already understood how to use a remote for the firestick and was loading up shows to watch without being taught. Kids...their minds are like sponges.
 

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My wife is pregnant and our daughter will be born on October 30th, she warned me that if she sees our daughter in front of a PC because of me i am a dead Man :eek:
 
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My wife is pregnant and our daughter will be born on October 30th, she warned me that if she sees our daughter in front of a PC because of me i am a dead Man :eek:
RIP buddy
 
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My wife is pregnant and our daughter will be born on October 30th, she warned me that if she sees our daughter in front of a PC because of me i am a dead Man :eek:
Opposite for me

My daughter is 3 weeks old now and her mother loves letting her watch me game and work on stuff
 

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Opposite for me

My daughter is 3 weeks old now and her mother loves letting her watch me game and work on stuff
She said one is enough two are too much :cry:
 
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