Visualization of complex neuroimaging data such as functional connectivity, tractography, functional imaging is a challenge. Recombining such data produces an even more complex problem.Many different visualization solutions have been proposed. Margulies et al (2013), for example, describe two-dimensional as well as three-dimensional neuroimaging visualization methods for tractography and functional connectivity data. Rojas and colleagues (Rojas, 2011), described a stereoscopic-related method to view neuroradiological 3-D images.Here we describe an application for Android to visualize the seven standard functional connectivity networks (Yeo et al., 2011).Reference 1: G.M Rojas, J.A. Fuentes, M. Glvez, D.S. Margulies, Augmented Reality and Intrinsic Functional Connectivity Visualization Application: ARIBraiN, iBraiN, 20th Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping, Hamburg, Germany, June 2014.Reference 2: G.M Rojas, J.A. Fuentes, M. Glvez, D.S. Margulies. Two Intrinsic Functional Connectivity Visualization Mobile Applications: iBraiN and iBraiNEEG., 4th Biennial Conference on Resting State Brain Connectivity, Boston, USA, September 11-13 2014.Content rating: Everyone
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