Video shows computer simulation of current distribution using ‘4 X 1 Ring Configuration (HD-tDCS)
Compared with conventional pads.
Source and more details: http://neuralengr.com/projects/tar
More from CUNY Neural Engineering Group (home of Marom Bikson)
Bio-heat Transfer model of tDCS
High Density Electrodes/Adapters
High-Density Transcranial Electrical Stimulation (HD-TES) Targeting Software Development
And this is interesting. Looks like CUNY is about to spin off another company.
Neuromatters Perhaps the brainchild of Paul Sajda.
Has anyone used or know anything about using lead wire splitters for tDCS? (http://wholesaleelectrodes.com/product.sc?productId=63)
It seems that if you’ve got a two-channel device, like the Chattanooga Ionto, you can run up to 8 electrodes simultaneously using a splitter. Could be interesting.