by Joel Murphy & Conor Russomanno
I think it was a good decision to cancel the tDCS shields. I was concerned about how you were going to make electrical stimulation of the brain safe without the presence of an expert. I do think non-invasively measure bioelectric potentials is something anyone could do. Can't wait to receive my Ganglion.
Disappointing regarding the tDCS shield, but understandable from the point of a manufacturer. However, can you please go into details surrounding this decision (ie what was identified as being dangerous etc)? I've seen several projects for DCS and it's an area I'm following of interest. I also have a friend (who's a neuroscientist) that is always talking about DCS and so it would be nice to share/discuss this information with him.
Sad news to hear about Gal. RIP