Abstract

Despite the unique brain imaging advantages of fNIRS, widespread neuroimaging acceptance has been hampered by low spatial resolution and image localization. We present a quantitative and in vivo comparison of HD-DOT and two fNIRS geometries.

© 2010 Optical Society of America

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