The AlloBrain. FMRI Visualization & Sonification.
An experiment into multimodal data exploration, Allobrain presents a virtual world consisting of isosurfaces of brain blood density drawn
from fMRI imaging data, attempting to provide the experience of being inside a brain as architectural space.
Key faculty, postdoctoral, and graduate student researchers associated with the project: Professor Marcos Novak, Professor JoAnn Kuchera-Morin,
Dr. Xavier Amatrain, Dr. Dan Overholt, Dr. Lance Putnam, Wesley Smith, John Thompson and Dr. Graham Wakefield.
- Thompson, J., Kuchera-Morin, J., Novak, M., Overholt, D., Putnam, L., Wakefield, G., & Smith, W. (2009).The Allobrain: An interactive, stereographic, 3D
audio, immersive virtual world. International Journal of Human-Computer Studies 67.11 (2009): 934-946.
- Wakefield, G., Kuchera-Morin, J., Novak, M., Overholt, D., Putnam, L., Thompson, J., & Smith, W. (2008, January)
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3D audio immersive environment.In CHI Conference Workshop on Sonic Interaction Design.