See what you hear – Fraunhofer MEVIS’ innovative interactive exhibit in AUDIOVERSUM Science Center
On October 1, the AUDIOVERSUM in Innsbruck, Austria, presents for the first time the new interactive exhibit and the „Meta-realistic Medical Moving Images” to the visitors during the Long Night of Museums. At the interactive experience station, they can explore which brain areas activate when we listen, see, speak or touch. On the presentation screen, visitors can see the realistic 3D representation of a human brain named Alex. Over a control screen, they can prompt Alex to read or listen to music. The visualizations show, which brain areas activate. The new procedure used for the exhibit combines high-resolution 3D visualization of medical data and clinically relevant information from medical images. The method helps create three-dimensional moving images and spectacular photorealistic animations. Additionally, a true to scale 3D print of the human brain awaits the visitors.