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Accurate Eyes

This program is designed to help the user improve spatial orientation and memory

This program is designed to help the user improve spatial orientation and memory

Accurate Eyes

by Paul Michael
Accurate Eyes
Accurate Eyes
Accurate Eyes

What is it about?

This program is designed to help the user improve spatial orientation and memory. The user must locate the red dot after it appears, then disappears. The user must “activate” the blue dot by touching it before the invisible red dot can be found. Once the blue dot is activated it will turn green and then the user may attempt to find where the dot was located.

Accurate Eyes

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
62Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Medical
Last updated
July 28, 2017
Release date
July 28, 2017
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App Store Description

This program is designed to help the user improve spatial orientation and memory. The user must locate the red dot after it appears, then disappears. The user must “activate” the blue dot by touching it before the invisible red dot can be found. Once the blue dot is activated it will turn green and then the user may attempt to find where the dot was located.

There are four variations in this game.
1) One after the other – find dots one after the other
2) Digit span – find dots but also remember a sequence of numbers and letter, which user must enter at the end of the game.
3) All at once – user must find multiple dots which appear all at once, all on the same game.
4) Sequential – user must find multiple dots which appear in a sequence, all on the same game.

There are many parameters that can be set to ensure the user can be challenged at the appropriate level.
To make things easier, the user may choose to use the grid or the “reveal” options.

To make things easier the user may choose to add an activation delay, forcing the short term memory to hold on to the memory of the dot location for longer.