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EyeWire challenges players, "EyeWirers," to map neurons in 3D. Upon registering, players are automatically directed through a tutorial that explains the game. Supplementary video tutorials are available here on the EyeWire Blog

En Eyewire el jugador recibe un cubo con una ramificación neuronal parcialmente reconstruida, llamada el «semilla», que se extiende a través de él. A la derecha de la pantalla, hay una imagen en blanco y negro de los cortes neuronales. El jugador aprende a «colorear» dentro de los límites grises de una sola ramificación neuronal, que suele iniciar en un extremo del cubo y terminar del lado opuesto. Esto produce reconstrucciones volumétricas, ramificación por ramificación. Varios jugadores esquematizan cada cubo y se compara su trabajo. Jugadores superiores, Exploradores y Guadañas supervisan el trabajo de la comunidad mundial. Estos jugadores tienen la capacidad de ampliar las ramificaciones y eliminar fusiones.

Instrucciones detalladas

El objetivo del jugador es seleccionar las superficies que la inteligencia artificial (AI) no, a fin de mejorar el rastro de la neurona. Algunas mejoras pueden ser simplemente rellenar huecos. Otras pueden expandir una ramificación o encontrar nuevas ramificaciones.

En la interfaz, una vista tridimensional a la izquierda muestra el rastro de la neurona en volumen, mientras que el jugador puede desplazarse hacia arriba o abajo en los cortes bidimensionales para seguir el rastro. El jugador da clic en las superficies de los cortes para agregarlos al rastro. La AI automáticamente completa las partes de la neurona que detecta que son parte de la superficie el jugador seleccionó. Ya que el jugador decidió que el cubo está completo, el jugador da clic en el botón «Submit» (enviar) y pasa a otro cubo.


Each cube is played by many players. The trace chosen by the majority of the players is accepted as true. Players receive points based on whether their tracing matches the majority of other players' tracings and based on the new amount of neural volume found. Players can also receive up to 20 points based on time spent on any given task for level 1 cells, or 40 points in a level 2 cell.

The other way to score points is through Trailblazing. Trailblazing is the initial trace of any given cell cube. Only players with 80% accuracy or higher are allowed to Trailblaze. Trailblazing is only awarded when a player is the first to submit the cube. Trailblazing earns the player a bonus of 50 points per cube.

Helpful Tools

Eyewire uses many mouse and keyboard commands to navigate its interface. The tutorial introduces most of these commands to new players. Players can also access a full list of navigation commands by clicking the question mark icon at the bottom right corner of the screen.

Players can also use "Explore Mode" during play. This turns any pieces added by the player a bright green color. When in Explore players must use the command ctrl+m to commit their work before submitting it. They can also press ctrl+d to discard. Explore mode can be accessed by clicking the compass icon at the bottom right corner of the screen.


The most frequent problem players come across are mergers. These are partial branches that the AI has erroneously added which do not belong to the piece being traced. When a player comes across a merger there are two options. If the merger is small and does not exit the cube, the player may ignore it and trace as normal. If the merger is large or exits out any side of the cube, the player should remove the segment that attaches to the merger and continue to trace the good part of the branch to completion.

Another problem a player may face is a misalignment. Sometimes the slides become misaligned and cause a break in the 2D image. When faced with this challenge a player should look for clues like branch width and direction to help them figure out where the continuation may be.

You can find more information on these problems here.

More experienced players (Scouts and Scythes) have the ability to examine and alter cubes with mergers or misalignment problems. Many players utilize the EyeWire chat if they are having a difficult problem that they need assistance on. Merger reports or other questions can also be emailed to support@eyewire.org.


Find a full list of Frequently Asked Questions generated by players on the FAQ page.