I am currently working on a rasperry pi based microscope. So far I had posted descrip...
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I am currently working on a rasperry pi based microscope. So far I had posted descriptions of two prototypes on Instructables ( [http://www.instructables.com/id/ARPM-Another-raspberry-pi-microscope-made-from-Ple/] ), but I am trying to construct a simplified version as the base for a a building kit.
Have a look and me know if you might be interested to offer this as a kit in the US. Estimated hardware costs, including camera, would be about 40-50 US$, maybe a bit less on larger volumes.
this is really cool! I'm using a commercial microscope right now, and really need to move to an automated slide stage to automate the assay. This is project is a great start to doing that.
@TonyC can talk about kit stuff
Hi @Holger- I'm very interested in this, as well as a kit. Have you any updates on project? Best. -Peter
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@plundh I'm not sure about this kit, but the OpenFlexure Microscope is moving towards a kit.
More notes here:
@richardbowman and crew have a kit for sale:
Picking up this thread -- we're hoping to do some replications of both the lego and the acrylic microscope. Would you be open to reposting these as an activity?
Yes, that's a good idea.
my apologies, but I have not been here for a while. If you like, any of my projects published on instructables could be reposted as activity here. I even had been improving the whole thing a bit, but habe been to busy since to prepare a reasonable documentation and work on this concept a bit more. My intention had been to build a larger version that would allow to screen 96 well plates. I even had build a prototype, but then changed the job and the focus.
Hi @Holger -- actually that would be super to see them -- we're particularly interested in the lego one, but any of your microscope projects would be great to see. Great to hear from you!
Hi @Holger -- hope things are going well. We'd still love to see your work republished here if you're interested. Especially interested in stage control pretty soon, too!
Here's some of the latest:
And generally at #basic-microscope -- thanks!!!
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