The data driving the images positions and colors are taken from X, Y, and Z axes fMRI slices. The audio is from an actual fMRI session. This video is my attempt to communicate the frightening experience I had inside an fMRI machine when I was getting a brain scan.
This fMRI video takes its input from the website openfmri.org. The data streams are taken from the brain imaging output for two categories: diagnosed as normal and diagnosed as schizophrenic.
The data driving the colors, shapes, and perspectives of this video are from The Human Connectome Project. The HCP represents the first large-scale attempt to collect and share data of a scope and detail sufficient to begin the process of addressing deeply fundamental questions about human connectional anatomy and variation.
This video data and sound are from an fMRI portrait created for insertion into an experimental film for an NYC museum.