“Students studying the functional anatomy of the brain are forced to visualize 3D representations of the organ, a task that was difficult for us, hence it is also challenging for everyone trying properly learn the material. Richard Stoner, a University of Pittsburgh biomedical engineering doctoral student, has put together a simple iPhone application that helps to locate and manipulate different views of the virtual 3D brain.” – Michael, Medgadget

Link to the Cerebrii Application

[via Medgadget]

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