Have you ever wondered what goes on in your head? I have. Recently an opportunity arose to gather some visual data on the inside of a space that I already know better than anyone else from an experiential perspective, but not really at all from a structural one.

Through secret underground connections (thanks, Badger) I was able to procure the results of a recent CAT Scan that–I hope you’ll agree–is fascinating. A little photoshop here, a dash of after effects there, and voila, a video trip through my head, literally.

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In case you are interested, they take an initial x-ray picture that shows where each slice or section of the full CT scan will occur:

If my head went through a cheese grater, it might look like this.

If my head went through a cheese grater, it might look like this.

If you want to know how to read the scan and help me figure out why I’m so weird, take a look at the following DIY CT Scan video:

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