The technology will likely be priced in the 'hundreds of dollars,' rather than the tens of thousands that the likes of Cisco and Polycom charge for high-end telepresence rooms.
And that's because this is not a "high-end telepresence room"; it's a "low-cost camera and screen that swivels on a set of robotic shoulders, and sits at a meeting table with physical attendees." Apples and oranges.
It is not "malaise" that causes strabismus or amblyopia.
I think the word the OP was looking for was malady, not malaise, as in There's a malady in children that can prevent full stereopsis (depth perception) from developing, called strabismus or lazy-eye.
The doc you linked does mention a different idea that I could get behind though, establish a
.kids which would be a semi-walled garden of child appropriate material.
That's been tried, via an administered second-level domain,
From the link, It's the first and only "youth-friendly" Web space to be established by the United States government, and it features advanced technical, policy and operational mechanisms that keep young people informed, entertained and protected online.
Account -> Plan -> Set Usage Controls -> Add/Remove Blocks
I seem to recall W saying that it was just a "goddam piece of paper."
You seem to recall that, do you? I suggest you check your facts.
"But what we need to know is, do people want nasally-insertable computers?"