The cover of the current issue of Neuron features this brainland map, by Sam Brown, a cartographer based in New Zealand. Printed A3, A2 and A1 sized copies of the map can be purchased from Unit Seven.
…created from a reference photo of a real human brain which was used to build the 3D terrain. This digital elevation model was then used to create contour line data, relief shading and to plan where the roads and features should be placed for map compilation. Real New Zealand public domain data was then added for the surrounding islands.
I’ve just written an essay about Axon Turning Point, and will be posting it (or edited extracts from it) on here soon.
[Via Mind Hacks]