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Nintendo Wii - a training tool or just a game?
Have you ever tried playing the Wii? Have you wondered whether the Wii can actually be used to teach someone who has never tried playing tennis, bowling or golf, how to play? This science fair project was done to determine if playing the Wii can improve a child’s performance at sports. The experiment was done using the Nintendo Wii Sports game.
Difficulty: Middle school
Video games and blood pressure
Video games are very popular, especially among young people. While playing video games, many of us become very alert and focused as they attempt to complete the game successfully. In this experiment, you will determine how blood pressure is affected by playing video games, both alone and in competition with other players.
Video games and concentration
This science fair project was done to find out how playing video games improves the concentration of students and consequently their performance at exams.
Difficulty: High school
Video games and obesity
This science fair project was conducted to understand how playing video games affects obesity in children.
Difficulty: High school
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