The Basic Microscope Kit is an introductory Do-It-Yourself microscope made from affordable and easy to find parts. It's based on the Hackteria microscope, the OpenFlexure Microscope, and @maxliboiron's work at http://CivicLaboratory.nl (http://publiclab.org/n/13503), among other sources. (above image by @partsandcrafts)
This project was started as a collaboration between Public Lab and Parts & Crafts. The goals of the project are:
- Raspberry Pi
- Raspberry Pi camera
Activities should include a materials list, costs and a step-by-step guide to construction with photos. Learn what makes a good activity here.
We're working to refine and improve DIY spectrometry on a number of fronts; here, take a look at the leading challenges we're hoping to solve, and post your own. For now, we're using the Q&A feature, so just click "Ask a question" to post your own challenge.
|What are different ways to collect respirable dust samples for analysis?||@warren||about 2 years ago||0||3|
|How can we set up a Raspberry Pi camera as an ethernet USB device to avoid using WiFi||@warren||about 2 years ago||0||5|
|What are some ways to collect dust or particulate samples for analysis?||@warren||about 2 years ago||1||4|
Folks involved in getting this project started include:
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And @bmela! Not sure why she's not showing up here, but it's a bug!