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Interactive Games for Kids Are Good for the Mind

Some parents think that video games are the worst for their children. They believe that they cause any adverse effects that will hinder them from growing up. However, the experts at Breeze Creative are here to explain how interactive games for kids are the loophole to this idea. Video games can actually be useful. We take pride in offering innovative technology to create amazing experiences, such as an interactive wall, to get children's minds working and problem-solving. We are available Worldwide.


Science Proves It


Believe it not, scientific research confirms video games are good for you. In fact, several studies support the findings.

It may be hard to wrap your head around such a fact after years of listening to “don’t sit too close to the TV, you’ll ruin your eyes,” or “stop wasting your time playing video games—go outside!” But yes, real research from credible sources has shown that playing video games actually do have health benefits—both for the brain and the body.


Exercise the Brain with Interactive Games for Kids


To start, recent studies completed by several noted research and scientific organizations have proven that playing video games could help improve the quality of life for the disabled and mentally ill.

The main study, conducted at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development and Charité University Medicine St. Hedwig-Krankenhaus in Berlin, Germany, found that playing video increases grey matter and helps refine learned and hardwired skills.

Basically, playing video games directly affects and impacts regions of the brain responsible for memory, spatial orientation, information organizations, and fine motor skills. The study also reinforces the claim that, like exercise, playing games for as little as 30 minutes a day, can improve your life.


Other Benefits Playing Video Games


From another physical perspective, video games can improve your eyesight. A study by the University of Rochester proved video games improve vision by making gamers more responsive to different shades of color. The same study, funded by the National Eye Institute and the Office of Naval Research, found that players of action games - like first-person shooters - had better perception of color contrast.

Additionally, video games have been proven to improve fine-motor skills in preschoolers, and a study published in the medical journal PLOS One found that surgeons who played video games - more specifically, the Nintendo Wii - became better surgeons! By playing games, they improved their hand-eye coordination and precise muscle movement—both essential skills for their practice.


Check Us Out!


Breeze Creative is an interactive experience design company. We develop unique products using physical and virtual elements that amaze and intrigue.

We utilize a variety of interactive technologies that bring life to any Family Entertainment Center, Children's Museum or Digital Playground. Our suite of edutainment products can be customized both in content and in scale, ensuring that your visitors get the experience you want.


Call Us Today


Breeze Creative is an interactive exhibition design company. We develop unique products using physical and virtual elements that amaze and intrigue.

We utilize a variety of interactive technologies that bring life to any Family Entertainment Center, Children's Museum or Digital Playground. Our suite of edutainment products can be customized both in content and in scale, ensuring that your visitors get the experience you want.


Our custom projects and interactive art installations can be browsed on breezecreative.com. Call or visit us today! We feature interactive games for kids and also an interactive wall.

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