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Old 7th February 2007, 15:55   #1
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Default Video Games Improve Vision by 20 Percent

Researchers have found an excuse to let you play games every day, it's good for your vision!

"The experimental group played Unreal Tournament for roughly one hour a day. The control group played Tetris, a game the researchers believe is equally demanding in terms of motor control, but visually less complex than the shooter. After about a month of near-daily gaming, the Tetris players showed no improvement on the test, but the Unreal Tournament players could tell which way the “T” was pointing much more easily than they had just a month earlier.

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