ENow is the release time for the most curious news in the world of video games, this news comes from Irene Junquera. In Curiosity this week, the player is a bicycle, a car that projects video games while charging, and video games in response to the cognitive consequences of COVID-19.
Playpulse One is equipped with a 24-inch full HD screen, an Intel Core processor and everything you need to keep you on foot.
The bicycle is equipped with precise sensors that can accurately reflect the pedaling movement that occurs during the race. Minimize the delay, and give more game desire. For example, the faster we pedal, the more cars we are playing in the video game will drive.
The replacement of typical mirrors with small cameras and the number of LEDs not limited to headlights and taillights is staggering. The front digital matrix LED can project images. Audi recommends that car owners can park in front of the wall while charging and spend time using this technology to play video games (or watch movies or series). Audi even developed a game that can be watched on a smartphone to show how the concept works.
Faith Gunning, a neuropsychologist at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York and the lead researcher of the project, believes that EndeavorRX video games can help treat some of these symptoms related to concentration.
The video game made by Akili Interactive became history last summer when it became the first game approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for prescription drugs for children aged 8 to 12. The so-called attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).