Computer Graphics by Paul Bourke
Science Creates Art
Lines viewed at different angles create distinctive
patterns of activity in the parts of the brain specialised
for vision. These rainbow "pinwheels" represent the patterns
created in the brain by viewing a succession of lines. Each
colour shows the brain activity for lines of different orientations.
Image from Dr Evian Gordon's Brain Art Gallery.
Dr Evian Gordon is Head of the Cognitive Neuroscience Unit, Department
of Psychological Medicine, University of Sydney, Westmead Hospital.
Visualisation of connectivity used in the cortical simulation.
(Brain Dynamics Laboratory)