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Computerized World since the first computer was made in the late fifties the technology has developed extremely Computers which were the size of a living room then are now being made in unimaginable sizes More and more areas are being taken over by the computer As computers are capable of handling large amounts of data in a very short time they are well suited for word-processing I guess that it wont be long till magnetic tapes and diskettes replace all the paper-archives A diskette can contain much more data than a written page and it takes fewer places It is possible to get the New York telephone book on just one diskette In the near future a new area will be taken over by computers namely maps Different routes are stored on one single compact disk Imagine simply insert the CD into the CD-driver in your car and tell the computer where to go The rest will be done automatically This will become a safer faster and more comfortable way to travel Another new area called virtual reality is currently being tested This is a way to simulate reality on a monitor In order to feel this so-called reality you have to wear special electronic glasses and an electronic suit Fastened to the suit are sensors which send information to the main computer This computer works with the data and displays them on the electronic spectacles This is a technique which use three-dimensional views therefore the scenery seems incredibly realistic If you want to be a boxer simply change the scenery on the main computer and you are in the ring the choices are endless Today many kids have own one form of some sort of video game You could say these games are the presents answer to monopoly In a way it is a great advantage that the kids are being presented to computers at an early age
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