The iMicro Q2p camera phone microscope has a magnification of 800x.

If you’re intrigued about a universe that is invisible to the naked eye, you might be interested in iMicro new camera phone microscope, which is small enough to fit on a fingertip. The microscope is small enough to slip over the lens of your phone’s camera, magnifying objects 800 times. 

For students or anybody interested in a closer look at nature, this software enables you to observe even the tiniest insects and structures directly on the screen of your phone.

The tiny phone microscope lens can be easily attached and removed from your phone camera in order to keep it in your pocket or wallet when you come across an interesting subject. The one-of-a-kind venture is now accepting early-bird pledges starting at about $39 (£29). (depending on current exchange rates).

The iMicro Q2p camera phone microscope has a magnification of 800x.
The iMicro Q2p camera phone microscope has a magnification of 800x.

iMicro’s Q2p phone microscope

  • The world’s first smartphone-based polarising microscope
  • You get greater control over your focus when you use the concentrating stand.
  • At magnifications of up to 800x, extremely fine detail with a resolution of just one micron can be seen.
  • The distortion level has been kept to an absolute minimum. A tabletop microscope is an appropriate analogy.
  • It measures 12 inches by 1/60 ounces and is thin enough to fit in a wallet like a credit card.
  • The price is negligible: less than 1% of the cost of a desktop microscope.
  • It is compatible with all mobile phones.

Fingertip Microscopes has had a wild journey on Kickstarter, with over 20,000 pledges and over 40,000 microscopes delivered to backers in over 70 countries.

“This is a significant advancement in the field of portable microscopy, and we are quite appreciative of your support. The iMicro Q2p is the firm’s latest addition to the iMicro family, and we’re happy to provide it to our clients,” the company stated in a statement.

Shipping to all countries is expected to commence in April 2022, if the iMicro Q2p crowdfunding campaign achieves its pledge goal and manufacturing proceeds as planned.

Since Antony van Leeuwenhoek’s microscope was invented in the 17th century, microscopic technology has improved significantly. Even in the case of portable microscopes, high-performance ones are typically huge, heavy, and costly. We introduced the iMicro Q fingertip microscope in 2018 as a significant leap in mobile microscopy following years of research and development. If you’re searching for a microscope that performs at the same level as a professional desktop microscope, this is it! The iMicro Q2 will be available in 2020 and will include enhanced interoperability with any smartphone in addition to its outstanding optical performance and portability.”

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