- New interface
- Rebuilt for the retina display on the new iPad
Brain System 3D
The Brain has always been the great unknown. Talairach attempted, by means topographical references, to position the different structures (invisible to the naked eye) on a grid. This was a great help to the clinician, but not enough.
In the 1980s in EE.UU. the Project Visible Human was begun, with the contribution of serial anatomical images from a frozen in a gelatin corpse, that was “filed” and scanned with intervals of 1 mm.
And from then on, brain was not longer a stranger.
From these series of images we have developed a three-dimensional reconstruction method based on previous segmentation. The final outcome, as you can see, is a huge battery of cerebral anatomical structures. Cerebral cortex, white substance, substantia nigra, striatum, cerebellum... All of them, since they are referenced to a real human body, have a higher level of realism.
Select the structure you want to see; you obtain a three-dimensional representation with high quality of image.
- June 07, 2014 Initial release