3D Animation of Full Human Brain Anatomy and Function

In this comprehensive 3D animation we go over the anatomy of the brain in detail, from the lobes, gyri and sulci of the cortex, to the nuclei of the basal ganglia, white matter, parts of the brainstem, locations of the ventricles, commissures, and other structures. We look at the anatomy as well as physiology, input/output connections, function and importance of each structure. About 60 structures plus their substructures are shown and described in this half hour long animation.

This animation includes views and descriptions of the amygdala, angular gyrus, anterior commissure, basal ganglia, caudate nucleus, central canal of spinal cord, cerebellum, cerebral aqueduct, cerebrum, cerebral cortex, cingulate gyrus, commissure of fornix, corpus callosum, fornix, fourth ventricle, forntal cortex, globus pallidus, gray matter, hippocampus, hypothalamus, inferior colliculus, inferior frontal gyrus, inferior temporal gyrus, internal capsule, interventricular foramina, lateral geniculate, medial geniculate, medulla oblongata, midbrain, middle frontal gyrus, middle temporal gyrus, occipital lobe, orbital gyrus, pineal gland, pituitary gland, pons, postcentral gyrus, posterior commissure, precentral gyrus, prefrontal cortex, putamen, septum, stria terminalis, substantia nigra, superior colliculus, superior parietal lobule, superior temporal gyrus, supramarginal gyrus, thalamus, third ventricle, tuber cinereum, white matter, and others.


Dr. J

Dr. J has worked in biology all his life and holds several advanced degrees and certificates in biology, anatomy, scientific illustration, 3d animation and motion graphics. He has always had an interest in teaching others the wonders of biology using the latest advances in graphics, including visualization, digital microscopy, animation, illustration, VR and interactive media.

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