VIDEO: UM3D Lab aids migraine research

April 18, 2013
Researcher explores 3D brain model
Via U-M News Service

U-M pain researcher Alexandre DaSilva is using the UM3D Lab in Library's Digital Media Commons to  better understand migraines. By rotating and slicing through a large, floating hologram-like 3-D brain, he hopes to learn more about how our brains produce natural pain killing chemicals during migraine attacks.

Watch the video to learn more, and to see DaSilva navigate a virtual brain within the Michigan Immersive Digital Experience Nexus (MIDEN).

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