An interactive exhibit about vision and the brain designed at the NYU Interactive Telecommunications Program.

Discover how your brain processes and understands the things that you see. Using live video as a springboard, visitors can plug and unplug visual cables to compare how different areas ‘see’ in real time. When visitors connect cables to the visual processing areas, they see a video of themselves filtered according to that area of the brain.

Special thanks to NYU Center for Neural Science scholars: Dr. Anthony Movshon, Ph.D, Dr. Jeremy Freeman, Ph.D & Corey Ziemba, B.S.

Collaborators: Tom ArthurHannah Mishin & Brett Peterson.

Github Repo

See how it was put together here!