Scientists have identified “natural gamers.”

Scientists have identified “natural gamers.”

British scientists have identified people who have a better reaction from birth than others. PC Gamer reports this. The publication’s journalists turned to a study published in the journal Plos One.

In it, scientists from Trinity College Dublin (Ireland) noted that some people can distinguish objects and react to them earlier than others. According to experts, such people have unique abilities from birth.

PC Gamer’s writers call these people “real gamers” because they can see more frames per second, a skill that may be in demand in video games. According to the study, participants were placed between a flickering light source and asked to count how often the light bulb blinked. Some people describe the source as a constant light that flashes 35 times per second. Others have noticed that the light flashes 60 times per second or faster.

Experts conducted several tests and found that subjects who perceive high-speed flashes of light can do so repeatedly. That is, their quick reaction was not accidental. Scientists have noticed that, despite innate characteristics, it is possible to train the ability to respond very quickly to flashing lights.

At the end of March, astronomers revealed the true nature of the mysterious compact symmetrical objects (CSOs). Scientists say supermassive black holes at the center of galactic nuclei are active only for a short time and soon stop emitting relativistic jets.

Source: Ict.xabar.uz

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