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  • liartar
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    Ok, guys. While I appreciate your effort in making the program available, the information here is very misleading. The project is in ALPHA version, and it is UNSAFE. When you start the software it says "not for use on any living organism". This should be written in bold red letters everywhere. The code is messy to the point of being unreadable (no classes? WTF guys?). There is almost no information available online and no discussion, except for a few rather useless posts on reddit. I bought the components, assembled the circuit and started the software. It doesn't work (stuck at Checking device connection). This isn't what makes me angry. What makes me angry is that there is no discussion place where I could collaborate with other people interested in this. The is no github repository so that I could improve the software if and when I find the bugs. The source code is 3-4 years old, with no updates. At this point this project is more harmful than useful. It attracts tDCS enthusiasts, who are then destined to get frustrated and lost, since there is no community around the project and no support. You have to understand, this isn't something that everyone can immediately try on their computer and if it doesn't work, then whatever, I only spent like half an hour. This required people to buy some equipment and invest quite a bit of time, especially for people not very experienced in EE and CS. The commitment is quite big, but it all falls in vain. And I do not judge you, I understand that it is a side project, you played with it, made it available and probably forgot about it. But as it stands, I will reiterate, it does more harm than good.

    Posted 01/28/2015
  • seza999
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    Great project, thank you for your hard work, No recent updates? Any initial trials rezults yet? Good luck

    Posted 06/18/2014
  • bkd9
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    Is there a way of running this on a mac?

    Posted 06/12/2014
  • mitch7076406
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    Figured it out. The files the program calls for are .imp file type. The default files targeted are .bmp files. As usual, operator error! - mitch

    Posted 05/25/2014