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Michael Hornberger and Maxwell Scott-Slade introduce their game for mobile phones: Sea Hero Quest. A game designed to test a user's spatial navigation skills and, as a result, collect useful data related to diagnosing Alzheimer’s.

This lecture was filmed at the "The 14th Medical Innovations Summit" event at the Royal Society of Medicine in London.

Date of lecture: 22nd of April 2017

Length: 00:20:27

00:00:01 - Introduction
00:06:15 - How do Healthy People Navigate? - The Role of the Game
00:12:45 - Data and Findings from Sea Hero Quest
00:17:38 - Take Home Thoughts
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