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== Project Log ==
 
== Project Log ==
  
[[User:Mihi]] has ordered some parts to play with tDCS --[[Benutzer:Mihi|Mihi]] ([[Benutzer Diskussion:Mihi|Diskussion]]) 00:15, 12. Dez. 2013 (CET)
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[[User:Mihi]] has ordered some parts to play with tDCS -- ([[Benutzer Diskussion:Mihi|Diskussion]]) 00:15, 12. Dez. 2013 (CET)
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Parts have Arrived, unpacked and put in my box - was hacking campaigns not brains that night.... --[[Benutzer:Mihi|Mihi]] ([[Benutzer Diskussion:Mihi|Diskussion]]) 09:13, 19. Dez. 2013 (CET)
  
 
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Version vom 19. Dezember 2013, 09:13 Uhr

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Mihi/tDCS
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Gestartet:

11.12.2013

Involvierte:

User:Mihi

Status:

active

Beschreibung:

Zapping your Brain for fun and Profit!

Zuletzt aktualisiert:

19.12.2013


tDCS - zapping your Brain for Fun and Profit

WTF?

tDCS wikipedia is basically applying a dc current across your skull. This is said to increase learning and reduce depression etc. if done right. Searching around on the internet (especially the subreddit) shows that building a tDCS device is actually simple - all you need is a battery and a L334M current stabilizing IC (and some resistors). Put this together with some sponge electrodes (can be constructed easily at least according to a source below) and you'll be able to stimulate your own brain.

Better learning/thinking, less depression by electricity across your brain? Sounds awesome! Let's do it because:

"Few things make you feel more irresponsible than relying on a subreddit for information on zapping your brain."[1]

There's a growing DIY community around tDCS - time to join in.

Project Log

User:Mihi has ordered some parts to play with tDCS -- (Diskussion) 00:15, 12. Dez. 2013 (CET)

Parts have Arrived, unpacked and put in my box - was hacking campaigns not brains that night.... --Mihi (Diskussion) 09:13, 19. Dez. 2013 (CET)

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