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  • 3d_printed_brain commented on 3d_printed_brain's instructable 3D Print Your Own Brain1 month ago
    3D Print Your Own Brain

    what error exactly? You probably have to look into the FreeSurfer support to ask for help (it's open source, so don't expect too much help). Have you tried using the the DICOM as input (look in the FreeSurfer documentation for help)?

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  • 3d_printed_brain commented on 3d_printed_brain's instructable 3D Print Your Own Brain2 months ago
    3D Print Your Own Brain

    The brains are absolutely fine. Most 3D printer can't print that resolution anyway, so you will not see any difference when printing those 3.

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  • 3d_printed_brain commented on 3d_printed_brain's instructable 3D Print Your Own Brain3 months ago
    3D Print Your Own Brain

    You should not see too much difference. This step is just there to reduce the size/complexity. What does it say in the bottom graph about the number of vertices?I use STL as well as it's supported by most 3D printing services.Or what exactly do you mean by 'it looks like from the beginning'?

    You should not see too much difference. This step is just there to reduce the size/complexity. What does it say in the bottom graph about the number of vertices? I use STL as well as it's supported by most 3D printing services

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  • 3d_printed_brain commented on 3d_printed_brain's instructable 3D Print Your Own Brain3 months ago
    3D Print Your Own Brain

    Hey LVAW,1) It just looks like you have three series. In fact you only have one volume and the three series are just view angles.2) The smaller the slice thickness the higher the resolution. That means you will get a smoother volume with thinner slices. I have not tried it but I assume it should work nevertheless with 3mm.

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  • 3d_printed_brain commented on 3d_printed_brain's instructable 3D Print Your Own Brain7 months ago
    3D Print Your Own Brain

    you can certainly use any MRI scan that you want. But it needs to be a whole scan, not just an image from Google images.

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  • DIY Replacement Zeo Sleep Monitor Headband Sensor

    For my repaired headband all the Ohm is below 1K (40-400 Ohm), and still the headband is not picking up any proper signal. When checking in ZeoScope, there is a very noisy signal and REMs are not getting shown properly. Same if I use the transmitter directly on the head without headband. Could it be that the transmitter itself is broken? And what can I do about that?

    For my repaired headband all the Ohm is below 1K (40-400 Ohm), and still the headband is not picking up any proper signal. Could it be that the transmitter itself is broken? And what can I do about that?

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