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Developing an Anatomically Accurate Multi-layered Optical Brain Phantom for fNIRS Studies

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We describe a method to create a complex human brain optical phantom using 3D-printed molds and silicone. The phantom contains 3 tissue layers, including scalp, CSF and grey matter with tissue-like optical properties.

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