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Computers and Electronics in the Classroom Computers and electrical equipment in a modern educational room are essential for a well-rounded workspace The need for computers is obvious They allow students to do research far deeper and faster than ever before They allow students to type reports and check electronic-messages They also assist in performing an infinite array of other tutorial programs and diagnostics Though their technology is impressive some major problems occur when you put even a single computer into a room How are we going to show the images from the computer to those who will learn from it How are we going to be able to hear what is produced from our programs and how will we prevent the computers from overbearing our voices If there is more than one computer how shall we network them Possibly the last and most important question is how we make it available and easy for everyone who wants to use it Traditionally each student sitting at a computer would have a 14 or 15 conventional monitor sitting on the desk taking up a good 50 of the workspace These monitors are usually greater than a 3 dot pitch or worse and some with only a 33 mHz refresh rate According to Van Horn a professor at Augsburg in his essay titled Electronic classrooms design and use this is absolutely unacceptable for multiple reasons Looking at a computer screen with a low resolution or refresh rate is stressful on the eyes When students are constantly straining their eyes according to his studies creativity is reduced errors increase due to a hasty finish and enthusiasm is lost Ideally the student would be able to just have their images pop into the air in front of them Its resolution would be infinite and liquefied and its refresh rate would make you think it wasnt running on frames While we do not possess the technology right now to create
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