Apr 042011
 

It’s all very well and good that iPhones can give you directions, let you surf the web, and do about a thousand other things, but what if you want to get a close look at something really tiny?

Well, the phone can’t help you with that on its own, but it can if you equip it with the Mini Microscope for iPhone. Like the University of California, Davis’ more clinical CellScope, it mounts over the lens of the phone’s camera. Once in place, you can use it to inspect your thumb, get to know the insects in your neighborhood, or even to detect counterfeit currency.

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