Epilepsy and Videogames

@article{Bureau2004EpilepsyAV,
  title={Epilepsy and Videogames},
  author={M. Bureau and E. Hirsch and F. Vigevano},
  journal={Epilepsia},
  year={2004},
  volume={45}
}
Summary:  Since the first case of videogame (VG) epilepsy was reported in 1981, many cases of seizures triggered by VGs were reported, not only in photosensitive, but also in non–photosensitive children and adolescents with epilepsy. We provide an overview of the literature with overall conclusions and recommendations regarding VG playing. Specific preventive measures concerning the physical characteristics of images included in commercially available VGs (flash rate, choice of colors, patterns… Expand
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