In Right Turn, you will be presented with two images placed adjacent to one another. Your task is to decide whether these two images are the same or mirror images of each other. To complete this exercise, you will need to mentally rotate the images so that you can rapidly compare them to one another and make your decision.
Here is how Right Turn works:
- When you click START you will be presented with two images for example the one below. The challenge is that you have a limited time to respond.
- Mentally rotate the images and decide whether they are the same or mirror of each other. In the example above, they are the same.
- Now, let’s try another one:
- If you rotate them, you will see they are a mirror of each other as you see below:
More useful information:
- You have a limited time to respond.
You can also try the step by step instructions by clicking the ‘i’ button at the bottom right corner of the exercise screen shown below.
Note: When you try an exercise in a new level, the instruction mode is on by default. The way you can tell whether you are in instruction mode or exercise mode is to note the orange-color banner on top of the exercise screen which looks like the one below. You can always click on the ‘i’ to toggle between instruction mode and exercise mode.
As you progress, the exercise will grow more challenging in the following two ways:
- Time allotted to compare images is reduced.
- Original and mirror images become increasingly similar.
- Images used vary.
Control buttons are found at the bottom right of the exercise screen. You can use these buttons to do the following:
- If at any time you wish to view a video tutorial of how to do the exercise, push the video button.
- If at any time you wish to repeat the Instructions on a particular exercise, push the’ i’ button.
- If at any time you need to Exit an exercise, push the X button.
- If at any time you wish to Pause the exercise, push the II button.
- If you want to make the exercise Full screen for easier viewing, push Full screen button.
You may also visit the following page to learn more about this exercise