The FAST system is capable of recording and displaying chemical activity in the brain, in near real-time, using small microelectrodes connected to a computer via a custom interface box. The system is used by many laboratories around the world for studying brain function and dysfunction during illnesses such as Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases.
Jason Sturm had a life and career planned in the US military, but everything changed when a combat training accident took his leg. Finding community and rehabilitation in the extreme-intensity world of Crossfit training, Raising the Bar follows Jason as he pursues his dream of going back to school, opening his own gym, and shaping a life committed to helping other adaptive athletes regain fitness and health.
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Physics Professor, Don Remmler's controversial ideas had made him an outcast. When his experiments produce unexpected results, it seems a confirmation of his theories. In orbit, an experimental satellite discovers magnetic anomalies deep in the Egyptian desert. Archaeologist, Sergei Vaseliev, is dispatched to investigate - what he finds creates more questions than answers. When the two men cross paths and collaborate they discover an ancient secret, but can they understand it before it's too late?
Archons of the Fifth Age Series
Illustrations Created using Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop
Video Created using Apple Motion and Final Cut Pro
Publication Date: December, 2011
Format: Novella (Paperback & E-Book)
The illustrations for this project were created using a number of tools, primarily: POV Ray, Adobe Photoshop & Illustrator.
Published in: Neural Interfacing: Forging the Human-Machine Connection
Publisher: Morgan and Claypool Publishers, San Rafel, November 2008, ISBN: 978-159829
All illustrations Copyright 2008 by Susanne Coates, All Rights Reserved