- Rare Neurological Disorder
- Described as the inability to perceive more than a single object at a time
- Coined by Wolpert in 1924, sufferers could see individual details of a scene but cannot grasp the overall image.
- Caused by Bilateral lesions in the junctions between the parietal and occipital lobes in the brain.
- Perception is limited to single objects with no awareness of the presence of other stimuli.
- Sufferer could collide with objects in an environment as they are completely unaware of them.
- Objects in motion appear more difficult to perceive.
- Damage to the left inferior occipito-temporal junction
- Can see several objects at a time but can only recognise one at a time
This disorder could be translated into a game easily by only allowing the player to see one thing at a time within an environment, this will make it difficult to navigate through as they will not be able to see certain things meaning they could crash into them.