Eye Tracking Games – Follow That Dot
Award-winning eye tracking games include visual memory exercises built on the research of Asian child education expert Dr. Makoto Shichida. Please see below for more information.
Follow That Dot Visual Memory & Eye-Tracking Games
by Mercury Learning Systems LLC
Ages 8 months - adults
Windows XP - Windows 10, OSX 10.1 - OSX 10.11
Award-winning eye tracking games include visual memory exercises built on the research of Asian child education expert Dr. Makoto Shichida.
He shows that when children exercise their eyes in up/down, left/right and zig-zag movements, it helps increase the speed at which children can track the written word. These games make eye exercises a lot of fun to do. Additionally, they help greatly increase memory and recall.
These games are suitable for very young children to adults. Vision therapists use these games to help children who have difficulty with eye tracking, especially those with dyslexia. They are excellent for young children who are learning to read and great for adults too!
- Five eye tracking games stimulate right brain activity and help children develop visual memory and pattern identification
- Four eye tracking cards help strengthen eye muscles for reading
- Seven accelerated learner awards to present to your child as they excel with the games
- Charts to log your child's learning progress and game scores
- Helps activate more areas of the brain to children learn almost any school subject easier
- Perfect for children with any learning ability - great for the whole family
- Instant download game pack
- Plays on Windows and Macintosh computers
Eye Tracking Games Help:
- R. Manawadu, Singapore
In Follow That Dot, children develop eye-tracking skills, practice making choices and identifying patterns. The colors are bright and provide high contrast for user with visual impairments. Follow that Dot is an exciting program and had our staff’s attention for quite some time! I believe it will be a valuable tool to children and adults of all ages.
- K. Sandler, CFLE, National Lekotek Center
I took Memory Magic for review by several professionals who study brain function. They said the techniques are excellent. One special ed. teacher who reviewed the game reported that the exercises would be good for the elderly. Teachers of learning deficient children are enthusiastic about the eye tracking game because it can help children who have difficulty with following the written word with their eyes. Thanks for creating this unique game pack. I’m hearing a lot of good things about the games from others in the district too.
- M. Martin, Library Media Specialist, Glacier Hills Elementary School
For more information about Dr. Shichida's schools and learning methods, visit his website here.
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