When I was growing up in the 80’s and 90’s I didn’t have much and a lot of my time was spent playing video games.
I am an adult now and gaming is still a big part of my life, So much so, that i ma currently actively pursuing a
Bachelor’s Degree in Video Game and Interactive Media Design from the Art Institute of Pittsburgh.
I love games and want to make them someday. I think the gaming industry is the best way to shape
the minds of the future because nearly every household has a video game console. When kids aren’t doing chores and homework, most likely, they are playing video games.
Video games introduce your kid to computer technology and the online world. You should recognize that we are now living in a high-tech, sophisticated world. Video games make your kid adapt and be comfortable with the concepts of computing.
Video games can make your kid creative. A study by the Michigan State University’s Children and Technology Project found a relation between video game playing and greater creativity, regardless of gender, race or type of video game played.
Research into action games show enhanced mental rotation abilities, faster and more accurate attention allocation, higher spatial resolution in visual processing.