MHRI Annual Report Covers

Created by Paul Bourke


1999

Cortical simulations

Computer Graphics by Paul Bourke

1999

1998

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.
Research by Dr David Alexander
Computer Modelling by Paul Bourke

1998
1997

Brain Art

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.
Collaborator with the Brain Dynamics Group.

1997

1996

Connectivity

Visualisation of connectivity used in the cortical simulation. (Brain Dynamics Laboratory)
Computer Graphics and Modelling by Paul Bourke

1996