The Neuroscience of Balance

Download Balance, then spin, shake, and watch. This app responds to your movements in real time, showing how the inner ear senses rotation, gravity, and acceleration.

App Screenshots

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  • screen shot of balance app
  • screen shot of balance app
  • screen shot of balance app
References

References

Lysakowski, A. (2014). Chapter 130: Anatomy of the Vestibular System. Cummings Otolaryngology, 6th Edition. Flint, PW, Haughey ,BH, Lund, VJ, Niparko, JK, Richardson, MA, Robbins, KT & Thomas, JR, Eds. Elsevier Saunders. Accessed 16 March, 2017, from http://clinicalgate.com/anatomy-of-the-vestibular-system/

Obrist, D (2011). Fluid Mechanics of the Inner Ear. Accessed 16 March, 2017, fromhttp://e-collection.library.ethz.ch/eserv/eth:5720/eth-5720-01.pdf

Zenner, H-P & Gummer, AW (1996). Chapter 34: The Vestibular System. Comprehensive Human Physiology: From Cellular Mechanisms to Integration, Vol. 1. Greger, R & Windhorst, U, Eds. Springer: Berlin Heidelberg.


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