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Traditionally, commercial use for artwork refers to using the art in a manner designed to inspire a purchase or sale. In other words, if you are making money, or hope to make money, from the use of the artwork, that is commercial use. Noncommercial use would be for personal satisfaction, display, or other uses which are not part of a direct sales path.
In order to render just the brain you need to perform a volume render (it's different from a surface render), better if after a semi-automatic segmentation. The segmentation provides the set of the data with the needed density. Without a segmentation you can use built-in volumetric filters and obtain a rough reconstruction. This is possible in ImageJ too. ...
One way to achieve your desired effect is to use a matrix object. The matrix acts like a cloner but instead of containing cloned geometry, it only contains the positions, scales, and rotations (matrices) of the clones. You can apply your twist to the matrix object, and then use the matrix to drive a cloner in object mode. The cloner will place the clones ...
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