‘Human brain’ app provides an in-depth tour into the very vital organ of the human body – the brain. ‘Human brain’ app explains the structure of human brain through the interactive 3D model to accelerate the comprehension of the topic. This journey into the most miraculous organ which allows human beings to be at the epitome of the hierarchy of life is slated into segments. The ‘External make-up of brain’ segment allows the user to get acquainted with the structures that are visible on the brain. The user can interact with the 3D model by tapping the model and getting acquainted with the particular part of the human brain. Tapping the model displays the name of the part and also the interactive module is appropriately supported with in depth information about each and every part. The journey continues to explore the parts of the brain that give us the unique abilities to think, memorize, see, hear, write, and many more. The segment ‘Lobes of cerebrum’ caters to the understanding of the different centres located in the cerebrum part and the specific functions they coordinate. Moving ahead in the journey we venture into the inside of the brain to get familiar with the section of the brain. The ‘Partitions of the brain’ segment equips the user with the internal anatomy of the brain. The segment ‘Sensory apparatus’ provides the bigger picture by enlightening us with the location and the counterparts of the brain as a part of the nervous system. In addition to the interactive module, the ‘Human brain’ app provides an opportunity to the user to assess his/her understanding of the human brain by attempting a series of multiple choice questions in the ‘Probe’ section. The overtly inquisitive users can take advantage of the ‘A step ahead’ section and add to their knowledge about the 1.5 kg of the miracle – the brain. The app ‘Human brain’ also offers the Apple’s Augmented Reality (ARKit) feature that provides the user with an immersive and engaging experience of blending virtual brain with the real world. The user can place the virtual brain on any surface and can reorient his/her device to explore the think tank from different angles. The exploration involves the interactivity with the command centre for the ultimate understanding of its structure and function. And last but not the least, the app ‘Human brain’ offers the augmented reality experience for the iOS users too through the ‘AR Vuforia’ feature. The ‘AR Vuforia’ enables the user to track planar image of the brain from a book or through the camera of a mobile device and position or orient the virtual 3D model of the brain on the image. The virtual brain tracks the position and orientation of the image in real time so that the user gets a blended experience of studying through the virtual model in connection to the real world image. The learning experience is greatly enhanced through this technology.