The Virtual Brain exhibit at the Durham Museum of Life & Science is a virtual reality brain simulator designed to educate the public on the impact of methamphetamine abuse.
Users view a 3D human brain and learn how methamphetamines damage the brain. In addition, users may play a short driving game that simulates the effects of methamphetamine on reaction times.
Platform : PC-Microsoft Windows ®
Mode : First-Person, Single-Player
Published : 2008
Client : National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Museum of Life + Science