Playing This Videogame Helps Scientists Understand How Our Brains Age

Playing This Videogame Helps Scientists Understand How Our Brains Age

Sea Hero Quest gathers data from players to offer scientist important research information

Eva Recinos
  • 23 may 2016

Most videogames get a bad rap for being mindless activities that take away from our ability to use our brains. Self-described as a “mobile game with a difference,” Sea Hero Quest not only makes players use their brains, it also lets scientists gather data that will help with dementia research. The game was created by GLITCHERS in collaboration with Deutsche Telekom, the University College London and University of East Anglia.

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