I just uploaded an MRI taken of my brain by for research purposes. You can download it along with a free software package, then navigate around looking at any depth, multiple angles, zoom in and out. It's really fun and a little creepy! Some views look like weird animals or aliens.
If you see anything unusual or out of place, please leave me a comment!
The 3D file is available here: http://j.mp/JoeBrain
And the software (for OSX): http://j.mp/NeuroL
The data were taken on an awe-inspiring 3-Tesla machine by my generous friend Kevin DiSimone, a researcher at York University in Toronto, who is working to understand how data from the optic nerves is processed downstream.
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Explore my brain in 3D
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Labels: brain, incidentaloma, neuroscience
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