3D Brain App is on the iPad -- It's Still Free and Fun to Use

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Derived from the Genes to Cognition Online website, this 3D application uses the iPad's native gestures to allow users to zoom and rotate images of the brain in a three dimensional fashion.

This article originally appeared at iMedicalApps.com, part of the HCPLive network.

We’ve mentioned before how we’re huge fans of the app “3D brain” on the iPhone. The 3D app is derived from the Genes to Cognition Online website, funded by the Dana Foundation and Hewlett Foundation. Using the iPad’s native gestures, the app allows you to zoom and rotate images of the brain in a three dimensional fashion.

We had a lot of fun using the app on the iPhone, but with the increased real estate on the iPad, it’s gotten better. Click through to see more screen shots of the app in action — have fun manipulating the brain with this app!

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