Shapes and Colors
In this exercise, the patient has to memorize several figures of various shapes and colors and then recognize them among slightly different ones.
What it trains
Every day we encounter a myriad of different symbols and logos, including traffic signs, markers for shops and stores, even computer icons! This exercise demands attention to detail and the use of discrimination and differentiation for shapes. It calls upon the user’s visual short-term memory. Visual short-term memory enables the brain to store visual information such as shapes and locations of objects. He then has to pay attention to details to discriminate the figures and build strategies in order to not forget the ones he just has memorized.
A predefined set of levels has been specially selected to ensure an easy start and grant a regular progression.