If you are looking for a small, compact digital microscope capable of 500x magnification, Laboray may be of interest to you. Launched via Kickstarter this month, campaigners have already raised the required goal to move from concept to production. Offering a small, compact microscope ideal for inspecting circuit boards, identifying jewelry, and studying insects in a world normally hidden from our eyes.
Offering a resolution of 2592 x 1944, the digital microscope can be powered by a rechargeable USB battery. Early Bird Sponsor Commitments are now available for an Inventive Project from approximately £109 to £88 (depending on current exchange rates).
“The microscope itself can reach an impressive magnification range of 1X to 500X, perfect for getting up close and personal with all the rocks, plants and bugs your backyard has to offer. Let the sampling begin! The main advantage of the digital microscope is that only one person can use the traditional optical microscope, it is difficult to share the microscope image, and the help of special equipment is often required to obtain the microscope image. However, a digital microscope can be connected to a computer so that the images in the microscope can be shown through a projector connected to the classroom, allowing multiple people to view the images together.
“Compatible with mobile phones/computers. With antishake and video recording function. Use with computer, USB port plug and play. The professional version of use is connected to the computer, with measurement of length / angle / curvature, adding text and so on. Previewing on a computer screen can reduce eye strain. On the contrary, conventional microscopes require constant observation through the eyepiece, which usually causes excessive eye fatigue.”
If Laboray’s crowdfunding campaign successfully raises the required target and production goes smoothly, worldwide shipping is expected to take place around June 2023. To learn more about the Laboray microscope project, watch the promotional video below.
“Learn about the small side of the world with the best children’s microscopes. Because their brains are constantly evolving and receiving new information, children are naturally curious and interested in learning more about the world around them. Microscopes give these children the opportunity to learn about the environment inaccessible in any other way.”
For a complete list of all available preorders, extended targets, additional media and technical specifications for the microscope, visit the official Laboray Crowdfunding Campaign page using the link below.
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