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During my time at Penn, I worked on this project which is now a permanent exhibition in The Franklin Institute.

It is the largest and most complex depiction of the human brain, ever.


I designed the neurons that compose the cortex and cerebellum. The neurons were painted in ink using an

air-blowing technique to create the seemingly random branching of the dendrites. Once in vector form,

they were assigned different angles through an algorithm and laser-etched to create

the illusion of animation depending on the position of its lighting. 

This was an immensely satisfying venture working with incredibly talented people.

If you're ever in Philly, please go check out "Your Brain". 

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