[caption id="attachment_31462" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Panelists discussed how people learn and how games can be engineered to be even more educational."]Panelists discussed how people learn and how games can be engineered to be even more educational.[/caption]

You're at the front lines shooting Nazis before they shoot you. Or, you're a futuristic gladiator in a death match with robots. Either way, you're playing a video game—and you might be improving your vision and other brain functions, according to research presented May 27 at a New York University conference on games as a learning tool.

"People that...

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