Brain Kick: The Motor Cortex

Brain Kick: The Motor Cortex

Your Brain in Motion

Running, jumping, dancing, or kicking all demand heavy input from the Motor Cortex, an area of the brain that processes movements.
But the motor cortex doesn’t work alone.  Information relays from one brain region to another until the message finally gets to the spinal cord, following the motor nerves down to the muscles to make motion a reality.
In this game we imagine the brain of a soccer player as he kicks a ball towards the goal.



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