Real time brain simulation and visualization.
BrainModes is an ongoing research project to visualize and simulate the human brain, in real time. This project includes interactive brain atlases, and brain simulations that work with EEG. This is a research project with Charité University of Medicine, and in collaboration with the Human Brain Project, EBRAINS and others.
To learn more, visit the lab website of Dr. Petra Ritter. https://www.brainsimulation.org/bsw/
To see a list of my current co-workers on this project, see the staff page: https://www.brainsimulation.org/bsw/zwei/team-staff
To try the Atlas in your browser, visit: https://www.brainsimulation.org/atlasweb/
Have you heard about our new interactive Brainweb Atlas? You can flip, rotate, and click around this online 3D model to learn about the different regions of the brain and their functions 🧠🖥️ >>> https://t.co/R3fzz1R0sH pic.twitter.com/Nxwn3SQQJq— Human Brain Project (@HumanBrainProj) October 15, 2019
As promised our popular interactive @HumanBrainProj Brain Atlas - based on @thevirtualbrain - is now available for iOS. Have fun! And thanks to @some_donkus! https://t.co/LLrMtq6YQQ @INCForg @ECN_Berlin @berlinnovation @TVB_cloud @ChariteBerlin pic.twitter.com/Jw5S4IpV80— Petra Ritter (@_PetraRitter) October 23, 2019
Excited about the interactive @thevirtualbrain at @HumanBrainProj Travel Exhibition opening Bloomfield Science Museum in Jerusalem. Thanks to Jessica Palma @some_donkus creating this tool @ChariteBerlin @berlinnovation @TVB_cloud ! pic.twitter.com/KPCdEfoPit— Petra Ritter (@_PetraRitter) July 11, 2019