Domaći mikroskop @ Science Picnic, Zagreb

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Everybody can build microscope!

Building your own DIY MICROSCOPE only involves converting an ordinary webcam into a microscope. The webcam’s conversion can be quickly effected manually. The electronics remains unaltered, only the position of the lens is changed. A solid platform enables fixing and accurately focusing the tiny study objects. The objects are illuminated with a light-emitting diode (LED).

Explore the microcosm around you!

More about DIY Mikroskopy, Links, Texts

The chapter about about building your own microscope can be downloaded hier .

Home Made Bio Electronic Arts Do-it-yourself: Microscopes, Sensors, Sonifications - Christoph Merian Verlag / Migros-Kulturprozent: Dominik Landwehr, Verena Kuni (Ed.), 2013

What is "Biohacking"?

Diymicroscoping def.jpg

More about Biohacking if you visit us!


Step 1 get stuff.jpg

Step 2 screw lens outwards.jpg

Step 3 invert lens.jpg

Step 4 make stage.jpg

Step 5 adjustable focus.jpg

Step 6 add ligthing.jpg

Step 7 go hunting.jpg

Die "Stage

Microscopes overview.jpg

Verschiedene Proben

Webcam micro images.jpg


Dr. Marc Dusseiller

Dr. Marc R. Dusseiller (CH) aka dusjagr, is a transdisciplinary scholar, lecturer for micro- and nanotechnology, cultural facilitator and artist. He works in an integral way to combine science, art and education. He performs DIY (do-it-yourself) workshops in lo-fi electronics, hardware hacking, microscopy, music and robotics.

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