The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recorded 13,073 emergency room visits "associated with (but not necessarily caused by)" video games in 2020. The infographic shared by the commission on Twitter shows a malevolent cartoon video game controller declaring it's your turn Luke—And maybe Luke should be more afraid of the "driver's face," because there seem to be several injuries associated with the game's drivers.
However, it is a bit unfair to attribute the bad intention to the drivers themselves. There are many drivers thrown or "in (the) direction" of people suffering driver-related injuries. Perhaps the most important problems are those that abandon anger and irritable siblings. “Celebration wounds” and several falls are also recorded.
This is not to say that there are no real dangers with gambling: the data collected revealed several people who were admitted to the emergency room due to the pain caused by prolonged gambling, often back, chest and wrist pain. . Some people also reported adverse reactions to virtual reality headsets, and although the marks are written in the dataset, some of these may have to do with Oculus Quest 2. The headphones were recently removed from Amazon's EU storefronts due to the presence of irritants in its padding that affected a small number of uses. Feeling bad while using a virtual reality headset is not that uncommon, so it may be so.
Sometimes a game-related injury is just an injury; he’s probably the most responsible person to put a tooth in your ear in the middle of a session, but sometimes there’s a structural flaw, as we saw with last year’s Cyberpunk 2077, which included a possibility of seizures . -inductive sequence. That’s why, first of all, we have things like consumer product safety fees.
Regarding the only scorpion injury reported by the USCPSC, it is difficult to disapprove of the game: HE SAW SCORPIOUS TO THE TOUCH WHERE THE PATIENT WAS SITTING. "
In 2018, Chris compiled emergency visits related to video games and computers for a decade, which include gems like the tooth in the ear mentioned above, as well as people injured by their laptops in various ways.