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Submitted by ICECREAM 771d ago | news

Playing Action Videogames Improves Visual Search

Researchers at the University of Toronto have shown that playing shooting or driving videogames, even for a relatively short time, improves the ability to search for a target hidden among irrelevant distractions in complex scenes. (GameCube, PC, PS Vita, PS2, PS3, PSP, Wii, Wii U, Xbox, Xbox 360)

N0S3LFESTEEM  +   771d ago
Playing Action Videogames Makes People Use Their Eyes.

I feel bad for those 20 people "assigned" to play 10 hours of MOH.
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TheGOODKyle  +   771d ago
Ha thanks for the needed laugh.
GEO9875  +   771d ago
I play tons of action games, and my visibility got worse, so this is BS

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