I'm experiencing steady improvement. Since I've begun doing tDCS it feels like I'm starting from scratch. Before I made progress, but the progress seemed superficial. Now I can feel the changes occurring in my brain. It's a little disconcerting because my brain and mind are both changing and that has consequences on my concept of self-identification. It's true that we're not the same person as we were years ago. We're always changing. It's just that tDCS has accelerated that change. Regardless, they're all positive changes.
I've been giving myself a pretty big dose of tDCS--80 minutes at 2 mA per channel every day. Every day I've been noticing more information coming in: more depth, and more information. That's my relatively meaningless subjective data.
As far as objective--well, I've still been taking photos of my eyes roughly every three to four days. I have tons of pictures of my eyes. It'll be interesting to see how the changes correspond to what exercises and routines I've been doing. My guess is that I'm going to see a sudden sharp fixing of the alignment around the time that I started tDCS. That'll be some good science.
Another objective marker is how long it takes for me to get approximate fusion with the light tube movement exercises. The experience goes something like this. I'll start the exercise, and there will be some defusing, but as I continue the defusing goes down. By the end of the exercise--40 to 60 minutes later--there's hardly any defusing. Then the next day when I do the same thing, I'll experience something similar, except it takes less time to get to approximate fusion. And also, the final state that I'm in when it's quitting time--that state of fusion becomes more rock solid than last time.
This is why I have been looking forward to the movement light tube exercise. No matter how my day went I get to check in and visit on my progress. The news is always positive. When you see the objective improvement paired with subjective improvement, it gives a real psychological boost. It's nice.