It’s difficult to discern how seriously we’re supposed to take the “HD for Kids!” coloring book from Non-Toxic Reviews. Ostensibly it’s designed to teach kids about HDTV, or perhaps to educate their parents as they follow along, but it’s also got a couple of tedious and baffling activities.
One frame encourages kids to “Take your Crayon and draw 480 dots inside this TV,” followed by an exhortation to “Take a different color Crayon and draw 1,080 dots inside this HDTV.” Not only is that technically wrong — standard-def TVs can display 480 lines, as stated just above in the coloring book — but it also sounds sort of boring.
But here was the one that made me think the whole thing is a joke, a section entitled “Make your own! DLP Projector Television!”
Did this guy really just encourage kids to stare at shiny lights in a mirror until they start to hallucinate? That is fantastic.
The “HD for Kids!” coloring book is available as a free PDF download.