Do you suck at StarCraft II? Do the intricate combo moves of Street Fighter escape you? Maybe you need an MRI. Researchers have found a method for scanning the brain that could predict how well you play video games.
What happens to our attention when we play video games? The New York Times’ technology reporter Matt Richtel played a video game while stuffed inside a $US3 million M.R.I. scanning tube to find out.
Scientists from the University of Rochester have found that playing fast-paced action video games helps players make decisions 25 per cent faster than normal, yet no less accurate.