Hollow bollow yellow mask with piercings. Optical illusion. Thomas, I dedicate this one to you. I had a few spare moments this weekend and i modified an oldy of myself in a variant of your mask.
Ames' windows without shadows. Optical illusion. Ames' windows illusion without shadows. With stick and hollow/bollow part. 3ds max Ames hekken met tegengestelde bobbels en met stok.
Fusiform Aneurysms of the Anterior Communicating Artery This video demonstrates the clipping of a forward and downward pointing Fusiform anterior communicating artery aneursym via right pterional craniotomy. This information has been taken from Fusiform Aneurysms of the Anterior Communicating Artery: Illustrative Series of Five Cases with Operative Techniques, a m***cript that can be read here: . It was submitted by corresponding author Anil Nanda, MD, from the Department of Neurosurgery at the Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, Louisiana.
On memory (part I) Excerpt from the documentary "My brilliant brain".
TETRAS Tetra are species of small freshwater fish from Africa, Central America and South America belonging to the biological family Characidae and to its former subfamilies Alestiidae (the "African tetras") and Lebiasinidae. The Characidae are distinguished from other fish by the presence of a small adipose fin between the dorsal fin and caudal fin. Many of these, such as the neon tetra (Paracheirodon innesi), are brightly colored and easy to keep in captivity. Consequently, they are extremely popular for home aquaria. The term tetra is not actually a taxonomic, phylogenetic term. Because of the popularity of tetras in the fishkeeping hobby, many unrelated fish are commonly known as tetras, including species from differing families. Even fish that are vastly different may be called tetras. For example, payara (Hydrolycus scomberoides) is occasionally known as the "sabretooth tetra" or "vampire tetra". Tetras generally have compressed (sometimes deep), fusiform bodies and are typically identifiable by their fins. They ordinarily possess a homocercal caudal fin (a twin-lobbed, or forked, tail fin whose upper and lower lobes are of equal size) and a tall dorsal fin characterized by a short connection to the fishs body. Additionally, tetras possess a long *** fin stretching from a position just posterior of the dorsal fin and ending on the ventral caudal peduncle, and a small, fleshy adipose fin located dorsally between the dorsal and caudal fin. This adipose fin represents the ...
Fusiform aortic aneurysm 3D reconstruction of CT angiogram obtained in elderly patient with a fusiform infrarenal abdominal aortic aneurysm
Living masks. Optical illusion. Hollow mask illusion. Turning masks with different expressions. 3ds max.
3D face optical illusion: Rolling eyes on hollow mask Award-winning in Best Illusion of Year 2008 contest. You won't believe that this is just a movie of a rotating mask WITH NO SPECIAL EFFECTS! It has a nosering and two 3D eyeballs on both sides (hollow & convex); that's it!
Bay Area Vision Meeting: Position-Dependent Face Processing: Insights from the Human Brain Bay Area Vision Meeting (more info below) Position-Dependent Face Processing: insights from the Human Brain Presented by Kalanit Grill-Spector March 7, 2011 ABSTRACT Prevailing models of face recognition in the human brain suggest a hierarchical processing stream beginning in primary visual cortex (V1) and ending in the temporal lobe in an area specialized for face recognition (fusiform face areas, FFA). Current thought is that early visual regions code low-level and local aspects of the visual stimulus in a retinotopic coordinate frame, whereas high-level regions such as the FFA code the entire face in a position invariant way. I will describe results of recent functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) experiments in humans in which we examined the degree to which high-level face-selective regions are sensitive to the position of faces in the visual field. We used a novel experimental paradigm to compute fMRI voxels' population receptive fields (pRFs), that is the region in visual space that drives activation. First, using high resolution fMRI, we find that there are at least three face-selective regions in the human occipital and temporal lobes that are involved in processing faces. Second, we find that all of these regions show sensitivity to faces' position in the visual field, contrary to predictions of prevailing models. Third, these regions differ in their degree of position sensitivity and coverage of the visual field - as one ascends these stages responses ...
Two faces not looking in same direction. Stick thru eye. Optical illusion. Two faces not looking in same direction with a stick thru one eye. Optical illusion.
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Mask for Thomas. Made with facegen and 3dsmax Head made with facegen and modified in 3ds max to produce the hollow mask illusion.
Is that piece of soccerball turning upwards or downwards in the end? Optical Illusion. Is this stimulus turning upwards or downwards in the end?
Shark Cage Encounters North Shore Oahu Hawaii One of the very best experiences EVER! The Galapagos shark (Carcharhinus galapagensis) is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, found worldwide. This species favors clear reef environments around oceanic islands, where it is often the most abundant shark species. A large species that grows to 3.7 m (12 ft), the Galapagos reef shark has a typical fusiform "reef shark" shape and is very difficult to distinguish from the dusky shark (C. obscurus) and the grey reef shark (C. amblyrhynchos). An identifying character of this species is its tall first dorsal fin, which has a slightly rounded tip and originates over the rear tips of the pectoral fins. Galapagos sharks are active predators often encountered in large groups. They feed mainly on bottom-dwelling bony fishes and cephalopods; larger individuals have a much more varied diet, consuming other sharks, marine iguanas, sea lions, and even garbage. As in other requiem sharks, reproduction is viviparous, with females bearing litters of 4--16 pups every 2--3 years. The juveniles tend to remain in shallow water to avoid predation by the adults. Galapagos sharks are bold and have behaved aggressively towards humans, and are thus regarded as dangerous. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has assessed this species as Near Threatened, as it has a slow reproductive rate and there is heavy fishing pressure across its range.
Golden heads of women. Optical illusion. Golden heads of women in stone with hollow mask illusion. Inverted perspective.
Female torso backside. Playing with your mind. Optical illusion. The effects of a hollow mask are well known. This is the backside of de body of a woman. The part is convex/concave. Dit is een holle/bolle rug van een vrouw.
Blue-eyes. Optical illusion. Blue-eyes long rollercoaster version. A female mask with blue eyes. A humanoid hollow/bollow face with make-up turning.
Deployment of a Pipeline stent into a basilar fusiform aneurysm site Done by finite element ***ysis using Abaqus/Explicit
Aorta Ultrasound - Aneurysms - SonoSite, Inc. Go to formore videos and information about ultrasound technology. This video details the use of bedside ultrasound can be used for abdominal aorta imaging. It also reviews the types of abdominal aortic aneurysms, ultrasound images that show abdominal aortic aneurysms, and the potential pitfalls of using bedside imaging of abdominal aortic aneurysms. To receive notifications about the YouTube videos from SonoSite, click the Subscribe button to subscribe to this channel. For a more comprehensive and portable video library, please download the SonoAccess™ iPhone® app at http Become a fan! Keep up with SonoSite on Twitter ( and Facebook (bit.ly
FUSIFORM PCA ANEURYSM EMBOLIZATION (HYDROCOLS + ONYX).mp4 Embolization of a fusiform peripheral Posterior Cerebral Artery aneurysm with Hydrocoils and Onyx. Dr. V. Katsaridis, Unit for Endovascular Neurosurgery, Papanikolaou General Hospital, Thessaloniki, Greece
Four doors illusion with inverted perspective. 3ds max. Optical illusion. On a painting four doors are seen. The doors move in a strange way when the painting is rotating.
Mashing with your brain. Look at the right hand. Optical illusion. Optical illusion with computertrick. Two rotating hands. The left hand is a normal one and the right one is a hollow one.
Is it turning upwards or downwards? Optical illusion. Visual illusion. Are they turning upwards or downwards? Hollow bollow dice.
Fusiform Rust Dr. Scott Enebak Auburn University School of Forestry & Wildlife Sciences, discusses the characteristics of common forest diseases.
Two faces with a stick thru an eye. Hollow mask illusion. Turning masks. 3ds max.
Open water-Whale shark @ Twins Just a while back we where unable to film a few Open water students of Ben Streit from Ban's diving resort, Koh Tao so to make up I hope you both find and like this little short just for you too. A few close up's of 3 File Fish & A Whale shark the world's largest living fish. It's massive , fusiform body can reach upto lengths in excess of (14 m). It has alternating thin white vertical bars and columns of spots on a dark background, with long ridges along the upper side of the body and a prominent lateral keel. Whale sharks can be spotted from the surface , consuming small crustacean plankton, small fishes which is where this little baby was spotted at Twins dive site Koh Tao.
How the Body Works : Human Information Processing Human Information Processing This illustration shows the organization of the nerve cells responsible for human information processing, the vertical and horizontal position of the fibers, and the position of the blood vessels within the cortex. The convoluted covering gives it a large surface area within the restricted confines of the skull. The cerebral cortex is responsible for receiving, interpreting and storing information from the body and its external environment and organizing relevant responses to the incoming messages. Convolutions are the folds on the cortex. Each "hill" is a gyrus and each "valley" is a sulcus. The hills and valleys give the brain its wrinkled appearance. Fusiform, basket and stellate cells are all types of neurons present in the cortex. They communicate with each other and sift and sort out incoming information. Horizontal cells are found only in the top layer of the cortex. They communicate with the vertical fibers emerging from the depths of the cortex. Pyramidal cells have long axons which transmit information out of the cortex. Afferent fibers bring information from the body and sense organs into the cortex, where they are connected with the neurons that process it. Martinotti cells are found throughout the cortex. They are small cells with one long axon which runs vertically upward. Glial cells, or neuroglia , support and bind all the nerve cells together. They provide nutrition for the cells that they surround. It is not known if they are ...
Brain Aneurysm Surgery Dr. Pakzaban () demonstrates microsurgical clipping of a middle cerebral artery (MCA) aneurysm. This video demonstrates two types of aneurysm: a thin-walled saccular aneurysm at the MCA bifurcation and a thick-walled fusiforms aneurysm incorporating the proximal 2cm of the temporal M2 division of MCA. The saccular aneurysm, which poses a high risk of rupture, is clipped. The fusiform aneurysm, which can not be clipped since it incorporates a major cerebral artery, poses a lower risk of rupture. It's wall is reinforced by wrapping with Muslin gauze.
Two hands poking in your brain. Optical illusion. Two strange rotating hands. Hollow hands. See: Mashing with your brain. Look at the right hand. Optical illusion made with a computertrick.
Cobia Cobia (Rachycentron canadum)—also known as black kingfish, black salmon, ling, lemonfish, crabeaters, aruan tasek, etc.—are perciform marine fish, the sole representative of their family, the Rachycentridae. Description Attaining a maximum length of 2 metres (78 inches) and maximum weight of 68 kilograms (150 pounds), cobia have elongate fusiform (spindle shaped) bodies and broad, flattened heads. Their eyes are small and their lower jaw projects slightly past the upper jaw. On the jaws, tongue and roof of the mouth are bands of villiform (fibrous) teeth. Their bodies are smooth with small scales, their dark brown coloration grading to white on the belly with two darker brown horizontal bands on the flanks. These may not be prominent except during spawning when cobia lighten in colour and adopt a more prominently striped pattern. The large pectoral fins are normally carried horizontally (rather than vertically as shown for convenience in the illustration), so that, as seen in the water they may be mistaken for a small shark. When boated, the horizontal pectoral fins enable the cobia to remain upright so that their vigorous thrashing can make them a hazard. The first dorsal fin is composed of six to nine independent, short, stout, and sharp spines. The family name Rachycentridae, from the Greek words rhachis meaning "spine" and kentron meaning "sting," is an allusion to these dorsal spines. Mature cobia have forked, slightly lunate tail fins with most fins being a dark ...
MCA fusiform aneurysm clipping that required EC-IC Bypass by Jon White, MD In order to clip this complex fusiform aneurysm of the middle cerebral artery, Jon White, MD, would have to sacrifice an artery which exited the dome of the aneurysm (as seen in the video). By performing an EC-IC bypass to the territory supplied by this vessel, he could clip the aneurysm safely.
Three impossible dice. Optical illusion. Two sides are part of dice on the outside or part of a die in the middle. They look to be part of both. Which is impossible. The stimulus can be seen in twee ways. Sometimes it alternates between them. Have a good look. Take your time.
Fusiform MCA Aneurysm Bypass Babu G. Welch, MD Cerebrovascular/Endovascular Neurosurgery University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Dallas, Texas
Four masks with morphing. Facegen 3ds max. Optical illusion. Four masks with moving faces turning around. Two different expressions are mixed. Those two expressions are made with facegen.
Two impossible dice. Optical illusion. One side is part of one normal dice or the other one. It looks to be part of both. Which is impossible. The stimulus can be seen in two ways. Sometimes it alternates between them.
Machinima Contest entrty- Smile by Vertigoaddict TAKE NOTE: I *only* own the base game, so there were some things that I wanted to do (like place furniture diagonally or stack clutter) that I couldn't do. To get rid of the plumbobs/speechbubbles I used a hack from Made for Jennese's and Oritasho's Machinima competition. I know that I didn't have to concentrate on story, but I can't help it, it's sorta my 'style' to do so (I've never made a music video, I figred since this will be my first, might as well =/ ). The story (*READ AFTER WATCHING*) Dario (the red head) and his partner Gus (the brunette) were victims of a hate crime. Gus dies and the incident caused Dario to have brain damage, specifically the 'fusiform'; it is a part of the brain which plays an important part in face recognition. (without it, a person can't tell the difference between one person to another) The therapist talks to him about the possible effects of a damaged fusiform. (the 'effects' shown here are sort of fiction, in here he loses the ability to recognize faces slowly, I'm not sure if there were cases like this in real life). Little by little, he starts to have difficulty remembering parts of Gus' facial features, so Dario paints a picture of Gus from one of his fondest memories (Their first date) but soon his mind begins to mess up and it is unable to form the face of his loved one. Dario, having suffered from all of this, commits suicide. (I know, not very original eh?) In death he meets Gus and they re-unite. I was going to ...
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Operative Nuances of Side-to-Side in Situ PICA-PICA Bypass Procedure A 51-year-old female was admitted to an outside hospital six years earlier with severe idiopathic vertigo. On an MRI years later and in subsequent angiography an incidental right-sided fusiform PICA aneurysm was noted. This information has been taken from Operative Nuances of Side-to-Side in Situ PICA-PICA Bypass Procedure, a m***cript that can be read here: . It was submitted by corresponding author Miikka Korja, MD, Phd, from the Department of Neurosurgery at Helsinki University Central Hospital in Helsinki, Finland.
Fusiform Gyrus_Rehersal of Chemical Broth rehearsal of "Chemical Broth" upcoming title track from Fusiform Gyrus
Fusiform Gyrus_interludes you need something between extreme metal tracks to cleanse the ears.
Bumps become holes. Optical illusion. Two tapered shapes are shown with a convex part. These convex parts can be seen only convex going up and down or alternating convex and concave. Have a look.