Visual information like digital video, the internet, drawings, paintings, photography, film, and television has increased the accessibility of information. An innovator can watch and understand challenges and problems anywhere without traveling by using visual information. Technology has enhanced the accessibility of information, challenges, and problems around the world.
Visual information like television broadcasts, digital videos, and images present different problems and challenges around us. Most of us watch television, images, and videos for leisure or to see what is happening in the world. There are new ideas from these broadcasts, digital images, and videos. But not everyone can watch and discover new ideas from visual information channels.
There is a way we watch television, digital videos, and images to discover new ideas. Also, there is a way we watch television, digital videos, and images to access only information. We can watch and discover new ideas if our minds are programmed to be receptive to new ideas. Also, we can watch and catch nothing rather than information if our minds are not programmed to be receptive to new ideas.
It all depends on how we have programmed our minds on watching visual information.
What is Radical Watching?
Radical watching is the ability to watch positively beyond the fundamental nature or facts of something. You watch to appreciate what you see while fixing your mind to understand what’s behind the scene. The focus of radical watching is to watch and be open to discovering new ideas beyond the known facts.
Scientists are among the professional groups who adopted radical watching as soon as the technology became available. They use this approach to obtain a larger, more complete picture to collect much information, study, and understand the subject matter.
Visual information is not only for scientific research. Also, it is in innovation, creativity, or inventions. Innovators and inventors can practice radical watching to discover new ideas from digital video, the internet, drawings, paintings, photography, film, and television to discover new ideas.
How to Program Radical Watching
Radical watching depends on radical thinking and watching skills. Therefore, it is necessary to program our minds on radical thinking and improve the way we watch to practice radical watching. Use the following techniques to practice radical watching;
Practice Radical Thinking
Our mindsets determine how we watch things on TV or digital images and videos. It is easy to practice radical watching if we practice radical thinking. The first step to practicing radical watching is to practice radical thinking. Program the following attitudes in your mind to practice radical thinking;
- Always appreciate what others think.
- Always think of alternative
- Always think more than what is known
Watch strategic issues on television and digital videos and images. The strategic issue includes discussion or presentation linked to different problems and challenges in society. Watch and discern solutions for problems and challenges presented via visual information.
Write New Ideas & Develop it
Use a notebook, mobile phone, or tablet to write new ideas. Watch and write new ideas. Chant, research and connect dots to explore more. Develop new ideas into products or services.