This exercise tasks your client to use visual information to identify their location in space. Your client must analyze a birds-eye view of a space and examine the objects within the space to make a decision about where they are located and what objects they would see in their field of view. Spatial reasoning is the main cognitive skill targeted in this exercise, but your client will also need to use attention to detail and working memory to successfully place themselves within the picture.
Location, distance, direction, and perspective are characteristics of spatial orientation that affect how we gather, process, and use visual information. This exercise trains your client’s logical, visual, and spatial reasoning skills since they have to mentally visualize different objects in a map from different points of view. Your client must analyze the shape and the distance between the different elements and structure the space that they are observing.
You can modify the number of series (4, 6, 8, or 10), the type of game (Where are you?, What do you see, or both), the number of figures presented (5, 7, or 9), the color of figures (identical or different), the number of points of view (2, 4, or 6), the number of tries (1, 2, or 3), and the response time (unlimited, 30, 20, 10, or 5 seconds).
Number of Unique Configurations
Over 3,200 unique game configurations and significant data set depth.