Successful collaboration between the video game and health industries, and a Canadian university

April 2, 2015 - McGill University researchers, in cooperation with Ubisoft and Amblyotech, have developed an effective and fun video game for treating amblyopia (lazy eye). Collaboration between industry and Canadian universities continues to produce creative innovations to improve health outcomes.

"As the person plays the game, the brain learns to see with both eyes and comes to understand that both eyes are actually important," explains Dr. Clavagnier.

Read the full article on the Ici Radio-Canada website (French only).

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