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Wire Frame Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 27 pictures in our Wire Frame collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Computer keyboard
Computer keyboard
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Love
Love
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Torus, artwork F006/3599
Torus, artwork F006/3599
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Head
Head
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Wire-frame face
Wire-frame face
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Head in space
Head in space
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Lungs
Lungs
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Computer artwork of a wire-frame model of a brain
Computer artwork of a wire-frame model of a brain
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Brain
Brain
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Brain
Brain
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Human ear, computer artwork
Human ear, computer artwork
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Hand on buttons, computer artwork
Hand on buttons, computer artwork
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Brain Featured Image

Brain

Brain. Computer artwork of a human brain in a male wire-frame head. The brain is the nerve centre controlling bodily function and thought. It interprets nerve signals received from the rest of the body and initiates the appropriate responses. Most of the visible surface consists of the folds of the cerebral cortex, the region responsible for intelligent thought, language, conscious movement and memory. The cerebral cortex partially covers two structures at the rear base of the brain. The cerebellum (left of ear) controls balance, posture and muscular co-ordination. The rod-like brainstem (right of cerebellum) controls vital subconscious functions, including breathing and blood pressure

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Hand and arm, artwork
Hand and arm, artwork
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Genetic individuality
Genetic individuality
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Waveform graphic
Waveform graphic
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Cholesterol
Cholesterol
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Compost heap surrounded with wire frame, side view
Compost heap surrounded with wire frame, side view
Universal Images Group (UIG)

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Molar tooth
Molar tooth
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Human heart, artwork
Human heart, artwork
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Bacteria, artwork F006/8662
Bacteria, artwork F006/8662
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Female torso
Female torso
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Computer-aided design of a car
Computer-aided design of a car
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Crash test dummy
Crash test dummy
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Personalised virtual avatar
Personalised virtual avatar
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Cholesterol Featured Image

Cholesterol

Cholesterol. Surface maps (wire-frame and colour-coded) of the electrostatic potential around a cholesterol molecule (C27. H46.O). Orange areas are due to carbon atoms, yellow areas due to hydrogen atoms, and the red area (lower left) is due to the oxygen atom. Cholesterol is a lipid, a fat-like substance, though chemically it is a sterol, a type of alcohol. It is an important cell chemical, and plays a crucial role in the synthesis of bile salts and hormones, and in transporting fats in the bloodstream. High blood levels of cholesterol are thought to raise the risk of atherosclerosis, the build-up of fatty deposits on artery walls. This is a major cause of heart attack and stroke

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Abstract line pattern
Abstract line pattern
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Lungs, artwork
Lungs, artwork
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Ear, artwork
Ear, artwork
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