Two positive outcomes from using visual electronics would be 1. Enhances brain activity and exercise the brain with minimum use. 2. Enhances eye coordination which in turn will stimulate the brain as well. The negative outcomes from children using visual electronics would be 1. too much time spent with visual electronics could cause insomnia which could affect the education of a child because they are tired. 2. Lastly, they become to hypnotized in these visual electronics to the point where they ignore their responsibilities of school functions regarding homework and other educational responsibilities.
As a social worker, if I were working with a parent in regard to screen use for their child, I would recommend limited hours suggesting no more than 2-3 hours a day. I would not want any child to become exhausted from being too wired to function in day to day activities and learning functions.