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Low cost digital microscope with automated slide movement [Project]
posted December 21 2013 15:27.10 by spic0m




This is an easy-to-implement product modification that will be extremely useful for clinicians, pathologists, researchers or other microscopy enthusiasts interested in capturing whole slide images or creating virtual slides for later use.
The device allows one to take multiple images of the slide under high magnification, which can later be stitched together on a local or remote computer, paving the road for more accurate image analysis.



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