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Replicated Results: Camera Phone Microscope with a Water Drop

Here’s the link to the article I found:

This article shows how you can take closeup images with any cheapo camera phone. Except they use the overblown iPhone.

I find it annoying that they specifically named the iPhone in this article. The same trick works with any camera phone.

I’ve replicated the results with my Samsung Captivate ( Galaxy S ) by dipping my finger into a glass of water and touching the drop to the lens of my phone. I had to do it several times to get a big enough drop. The article specifically states the usage of a syringe. I flipped my phone over quickly and smoothly and opened the camera app. I looked at various things from millimeters away, like my fingertip and denim jeans. The picture I want to share with you is of the LCD screen on my laptop. You can clearly see the RGB matrix. Also Adam Savage.

4 responses to “Replicated Results: Camera Phone Microscope with a Water Drop

  1. hassaan August 1, 2012 at 7:19 am

    All you had snapped was the RGB matrix of your LCD?

  2. leczenie ozonem June 25, 2013 at 4:23 am

    Zero cost text and cyberspace translators are great for getting the all purpose idea of other text.

  3. adityashakya June 23, 2014 at 5:35 am

    If you apply a small amount of clear hair oil or any fat thats transparent , helps retain the shape of drop and also doesn’t allow it to spread on fiber body . Enjoy !!!

  4. fitbit charge wireless activity tracker June 20, 2015 at 3:52 am

    That’s #four on the top items on the FitBit group and I guess it is soon to return.

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