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1-Up

XZavier Lind

eXpressions™ Program: Art School: Brunswick High School City/State: Brunswick, Ohio Teacher(s): Jonathan Hicks Medium/Genre: Digital Media eXhibition Year: 2017
eXpressionist Statement:

My project is based on the research of Lauren Obman, “Commercially Available Video Games Can Differentiate Visual Perception and Dexterity Skills Between Expert Interventional Radiologists and Non-Experts.” In my piece, Dr. Mario represents the connection between video games and the skills needed by an interventional radiologist, because Mario is dressed up as a doctor and is operating on a patient. The 1-Up mushroom next to the patient represents how video games help give an "extra life" to patients by increasing the skills of professionals who operate on them. I hope this piece sheds light on the slight significance of video games in the medical field.




Research

Selected Research


Commercially Available Video Games Can Differentiate Visual Perception and Dexterity Skills Between Expert Interventional Radiologists and Non-Experts Researcher: Lauren Obman Mentor: Karunakaravel Karuppasamy, MD School: Kenston High School Internship Track: Radiology Internship Year: 2016