Your client must memorize multiple pieces of information: what objects they have seen, what they look like, and where they are located on a grid. Next, your client will then be presented with a set of objects and asked if they recognize the object presented to them. Lastly, they will then have to reconstruct the visual representation they had memorized using the objects that they have seen.
Visual and spatial information is abundant in everyday life in the forms of road signs, traffic lights, warning labels, and icons on a computer screen. Being able to distinguish objects from one another and locate them efficiently is essential for driving, maintaining personal safety, and functioning in the workplace. Your client will engage their hippocampus while activating the connections between the visual processing streams to correctly identify, remember, and place the objects they have seen.
You can modify the type of figures (objects or abstract figures), the number of figures (2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, or 10), the size of the grid (2×2, 2×3, 3×3, 3×4, 4×4, 4×5, 4×6, or 4×7), the figure memorization method (one after another, at the same time, or one by one), the memorization time per figure (unlimited, 10, 8, 6, 4, or 3 seconds) and the type of help (squares and objects, squares selected, objects selected, or no selection). The number of grids is limited to 1 for each trial. The response time per figure is unlimited.
Number of Unique Configurations
Over 10,200 unique game configurations and significant data set depth.