Study: Video game improves spatial awareness

04/1/2013 | CNET

A video game using a building layout and audio cues could help players who were blind improve their spatial awareness, according to new research from Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. In a recent study, players navigated a building virtually and then again in real life and outperformed individuals who already had experience going through the same building.

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