EyeWire | A game to map the brain.
EyeWire is a citizen science game that maps the 3D structure of neurons created by Sebastian Seung's Computational Neuroscience Lab at MIT.
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Please join us in welcoming twister6284 to HQ! We’re holding a Happy Hour from 12:45pm EST – 2:45pm EST. At the end of the Happy Hour, twister will be promoted to admin! Special Happy Hour Rules: If you reach 1500 points, you receive a bonus of 750 points. If you …
Can’t get enough EyeWire? Enjoy five fresh laptop/desktop backgrounds by our epic designer Alex Norton! Download straight from this post or visit our Flickr page for multiple resolutions. We’d love to see screenshots of your EyeWired Mac or PC!
It’s Amy’s 28th birthday! Today’s Friday Happy Hours will be honoring that fact. Our Happy Hours will run between 2-4 pm EST. The rules are as follows: Score 1,000 points, we’ll add an additional 280 points to your score. Score 2,800 points, we’ll add an additional 2,800 points to your …
A new publication from Seung Lab (coauthored by Sebastian Seung and former lab member Daniel Berger) is out today in Science. Daniel found that individual neurons have variations in axonal myelin (insulation) where often long “myelinated sections are interspersed with long, unmyelinated tracts.” Myelin distribution is an “integral feature of …
TED Conferences are known to be environments of intellectual awesomeness. This year we had the pleasure of bringing a little EyeWire neurons into Virtual Reality with Oculus Rift as well as superman style navigation with a KINECT on an 18 million pixel screen. This exhibit was made possible thanks to …
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