The world of what’s inside the box

television, in the present day and age, is something one cannot afford to live
without. It seems like a connecting world of what’s inside the box and what it really
stands for. It is difficult to comprehend how moving pictures might fit in the
box and yet seem totally proportionate in the eyes of the viewer. The viewers
might be distant but viewing the same thing at the same time from totally
different locations. It achieves this through its broadcasting system that sends
visual messages all across a particular geographic system to be able to
accomplish different locations all at once acting as a storage whenever shut
down, patiently waiting for the viewer to open it up so that it can spread its
entire stored message across the location it is at.

            The television cannot be considered
as art. Art has sense, meaning, and purpose. In reality, the purpose of the
television is indefinite. It can only be viewed. Besides that, the main purpose
of it to the viewer is blurred because when viewing it, the viewer is not of
himself but of the T.V. set. They are not able to comprehend reality by viewing
it. Art expresses emotion, a cause, and purpose. This may not be said of the
same for the T.V. It is a product of science. This invention has proven to be a
necessity in this day and age being used by people in the places they love the
most like families watching them in their living rooms or women cooking in
their kitchens while watching them. It has become a household necessity which
keeps improving with time and which everyone cannot live without. The
television is now a unit that cannot seem to be absent in the American
household. It is present to fill its own space; that space that cannot be
filled with anything else but a T.V. set. It is a worldwide trend that nobody
wants to be left out on therefore the race for better and advanced units have
to carry on with each passing moment. That defines the television set in the
American household.