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Abstract #1340

BrainVR: the virtual reality brain connectivity navigator

Ricardo Ribeiro 1 , Ins Neiva 1 , and Hugo Alexandre Ferreira 1

1 Institute of Biophysics and Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Sciences of the University of Lisbon, Lisboa, ., Portugal

An application for visualizing brain connectivity data was developed based on a virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display and a gesture recognition (GR) human-computer interface. The application makes uses of volumetric T1-weighted data and connectivity matrices (structural, functional or effective) to compute a brain graph that is superimposed on corresponding brain anatomy. Additionally, the application can import both imaging and connectivity metrics. The VR application is able to create an immersive experience in which the user can navigate outside and inside the brain graph and visualize global or region-specific imaging and connectivity metrics using nothing more than his/hers own gestures.

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