The method could potentially be used for ADHD treatment and, with minor adjustments, for assessing other conditions like autism as well.

The EPELI VR game was developed by researchers from Aalto University.

In this game, children are simulated through real-life events to detect ADHD symptoms.

Children's eye movements in two VR games were analyzed with machine learning to look for abnormalities in children with ADHD.

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The youngsters played EPELI and a second game called Shot the Target.

A game in which the player locates objects in the environment and "shoot" them by gazing at them.

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As children performed different tasks in a virtual reality game, we tracked their natural eye movements

This has been demonstrated to be an effective tool for detecting ADHD symptoms in children.

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