Alcohol and your Brain

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Alcohol and your Brain

An amazing 3D representation on the effect alcohol has on your body and brain. Find out more about the metabolism of alcohol and what is Blood Alcohol Concentration. Also available as a 0.99cent iPhone and iPad


for which 3Dme Creative Studio won the Queensland State iAward for ’New Media and Entertainment’ and are competing at the National iAwards in Melbourne 9th August 2012.

Produced by 3Dme Creative Studio for the Australian Lions Drug Awareness Foundation. This can also be purchased on video contact




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