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study refutes the opinion that video games are bad for the eyes and suggests that the brain can be trained to overcome certain conditions

The doctors treated people

born with a rare disease of the eye by prescribing a course of video games, armed to the teeth. The surprising results challenge the view that computer games are not necessarily bad for the eyes.

Researchers found that adults who have played games for 40 hours per month improved enough to read one or two lines below in the graphic standard of proof.

Games that require players to respond to the action directly in front of them and at the periphery of his vision, and track objects that are sometimes weak and moves in different directions, reinforced the visual system in adults whose hearing was severely damaged from birth.

surprising results challenge the view that games are bad for the eyes and suggest that the adult brain can be trained to overcome certain conditions.

"They all showed substantial improvements in the view. Also came to see objects with less contrast and more subtle differences between faces and objects in motion," said Daphne Maurer a psychologist at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, described his study at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Vancouver.

Most children born with this disease have surgery early in life to remove cataracts and are fitted with contact lenses to correct your vision. But despite treatment, which grow to a deterioration of vision that healthy individuals.

"Newborns [the state] can be seen, but only large objects with high contrast. His vision is 40 times worse than adults. This improves dramatically during first six months, but takes about seven years to reach adult levels, "said Maurer.


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