Our understanding of how the human brain connects, stores, and processes information is really just beginning, but there’s new data that suggests the way our neurons connect has a few more dimensions than we might have imagined. That’s a lot to wrap your head around, I know.
So, perhaps, it may be easier just to see it in action. The video below provides a guided tour of the brain; it is imagined through science and represented through art. Watch and enjoy. For more on the making of the video which was imagined out fo the work of neuroscientist Gregg Dunn, check out this article from Scientific American.