THE CABLE SET TOP BOX

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010 Under: Safety
HDTV barely got off the ground or a grip in electronic society before 3-D began to appear. For starters, is it necessary to view the news and other gruesome events and programs in a manner that will become repulsive afterwards? All viewers should have a choice to protect themselves and their families from scenes that are unsuitable for television. Of course the choice to buy 3-D or not is yours. But again, once in 3-D and you're channel changing while wearing those glasses may cause one to mistakenly view something from a program that was not worthy of 3-D viewing.  Such programming can have  a physical and mental affect on a person.  Television should not be a violent piece of equipment because of its showing of images are designed to leap off of the screen to make you feel included in the show or movie. For purposes of entertainment in watching a good movie or playing a video game 3-D is a technology wonder that you will not be bored with. So how do we create an avenue whereby HD, 3-D and regular digital television shows and programs can be watched without the danger of too much inclusive scenery, and expensive television prices in order to enjoy movies or programs?

IDEA:

Set top boxes for cable and or fiber optic services should begin to offer the option of 3-D ( alternate frame sequencing with LCD shutter glass) video capability as well. This will provide every household with a range of television options that will suit each and every program need, either HDMI1(HD) ,HDMI2(3D) AV1-component RGB or regular digital cable.  When television service providers begin to offer such services it will also regulate and eliminate harmful or graphic viewing. Televisions have become an expensive investment which become outdated very quickly with newer technology. Since we may not need or use HD or 3-D all of the time perhaps if the cable and fiber optic providers offer such services with pay per view options most everyone could afford to see sophisticated technology at home and most importantly preserve the safety of program viewing.

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THE CABLE SET TOP BOX

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010 Under: Safety
HDTV barely got off the ground or a grip in electronic society before 3-D began to appear. For starters, is it necessary to view the news and other gruesome events and programs in a manner that will become repulsive afterwards? All viewers should have a choice to protect themselves and their families from scenes that are unsuitable for television. Of course the choice to buy 3-D or not is yours. But again, once in 3-D and you're channel changing while wearing those glasses may cause one to mistakenly view something from a program that was not worthy of 3-D viewing.  Such programming can have  a physical and mental affect on a person.  Television should not be a violent piece of equipment because of its showing of images are designed to leap off of the screen to make you feel included in the show or movie. For purposes of entertainment in watching a good movie or playing a video game 3-D is a technology wonder that you will not be bored with. So how do we create an avenue whereby HD, 3-D and regular digital television shows and programs can be watched without the danger of too much inclusive scenery, and expensive television prices in order to enjoy movies or programs?

IDEA:

Set top boxes for cable and or fiber optic services should begin to offer the option of 3-D ( alternate frame sequencing with LCD shutter glass) video capability as well. This will provide every household with a range of television options that will suit each and every program need, either HDMI1(HD) ,HDMI2(3D) AV1-component RGB or regular digital cable.  When television service providers begin to offer such services it will also regulate and eliminate harmful or graphic viewing. Televisions have become an expensive investment which become outdated very quickly with newer technology. Since we may not need or use HD or 3-D all of the time perhaps if the cable and fiber optic providers offer such services with pay per view options most everyone could afford to see sophisticated technology at home and most importantly preserve the safety of program viewing.

In : Safety 



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THE CABLE SET TOP BOX

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010 Under: Safety
HDTV barely got off the ground or a grip in electronic society before 3-D began to appear. For starters, is it necessary to view the news and other gruesome events and programs in a manner that will become repulsive afterwards? All viewers should have a choice to protect themselves and their families from scenes that are unsuitable for television. Of course the choice to buy 3-D or not is yours. But again, once in 3-D and you're channel changing while wearing those glasses may cause one to mistakenly view something from a program that was not worthy of 3-D viewing.  Such programming can have  a physical and mental affect on a person.  Television should not be a violent piece of equipment because of its showing of images are designed to leap off of the screen to make you feel included in the show or movie. For purposes of entertainment in watching a good movie or playing a video game 3-D is a technology wonder that you will not be bored with. So how do we create an avenue whereby HD, 3-D and regular digital television shows and programs can be watched without the danger of too much inclusive scenery, and expensive television prices in order to enjoy movies or programs?

IDEA:

Set top boxes for cable and or fiber optic services should begin to offer the option of 3-D ( alternate frame sequencing with LCD shutter glass) video capability as well. This will provide every household with a range of television options that will suit each and every program need, either HDMI1(HD) ,HDMI2(3D) AV1-component RGB or regular digital cable.  When television service providers begin to offer such services it will also regulate and eliminate harmful or graphic viewing. Televisions have become an expensive investment which become outdated very quickly with newer technology. Since we may not need or use HD or 3-D all of the time perhaps if the cable and fiber optic providers offer such services with pay per view options most everyone could afford to see sophisticated technology at home and most importantly preserve the safety of program viewing.

In : Safety 



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THE CABLE SET TOP BOX

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010 Under: Safety
HDTV barely got off the ground or a grip in electronic society before 3-D began to appear. For starters, is it necessary to view the news and other gruesome events and programs in a manner that will become repulsive afterwards? All viewers should have a choice to protect themselves and their families from scenes that are unsuitable for television. Of course the choice to buy 3-D or not is yours. But again, once in 3-D and you're channel changing while wearing those glasses may cause one to mistakenly view something from a program that was not worthy of 3-D viewing.  Such programming can have  a physical and mental affect on a person.  Television should not be a violent piece of equipment because of its showing of images are designed to leap off of the screen to make you feel included in the show or movie. For purposes of entertainment in watching a good movie or playing a video game 3-D is a technology wonder that you will not be bored with. So how do we create an avenue whereby HD, 3-D and regular digital television shows and programs can be watched without the danger of too much inclusive scenery, and expensive television prices in order to enjoy movies or programs?

IDEA:

Set top boxes for cable and or fiber optic services should begin to offer the option of 3-D ( alternate frame sequencing with LCD shutter glass) video capability as well. This will provide every household with a range of television options that will suit each and every program need, either HDMI1(HD) ,HDMI2(3D) AV1-component RGB or regular digital cable.  When television service providers begin to offer such services it will also regulate and eliminate harmful or graphic viewing. Televisions have become an expensive investment which become outdated very quickly with newer technology. Since we may not need or use HD or 3-D all of the time perhaps if the cable and fiber optic providers offer such services with pay per view options most everyone could afford to see sophisticated technology at home and most importantly preserve the safety of program viewing.

In : Safety 



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THE CABLE SET TOP BOX

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, May 2, 2010 Under: Safety
HDTV barely got off the ground or a grip in electronic society before 3-D began to appear. For starters, is it necessary to view the news and other gruesome events and programs in a manner that will become repulsive afterwards? All viewers should have a choice to protect themselves and their families from scenes that are unsuitable for television. Of course the choice to buy 3-D or not is yours. But again, once in 3-D and you're channel changing while wearing those glasses may cause one to mistakenly view something from a program that was not worthy of 3-D viewing.  Such programming can have  a physical and mental affect on a person.  Television should not be a violent piece of equipment because of its showing of images are designed to leap off of the screen to make you feel included in the show or movie. For purposes of entertainment in watching a good movie or playing a video game 3-D is a technology wonder that you will not be bored with. So how do we create an avenue whereby HD, 3-D and regular digital television shows and programs can be watched without the danger of too much inclusive scenery, and expensive television prices in order to enjoy movies or programs?

IDEA:

Set top boxes for cable and or fiber optic services should begin to offer the option of 3-D ( alternate frame sequencing with LCD shutter glass) video capability as well. This will provide every household with a range of television options that will suit each and every program need, either HDMI1(HD) ,HDMI2(3D) AV1-component RGB or regular digital cable.  When television service providers begin to offer such services it will also regulate and eliminate harmful or graphic viewing. Televisions have become an expensive investment which become outdated very quickly with newer technology. Since we may not need or use HD or 3-D all of the time perhaps if the cable and fiber optic providers offer such services with pay per view options most everyone could afford to see sophisticated technology at home and most importantly preserve the safety of program viewing.

In : Safety 



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