Through a simple hack, every webcam can be turned into a useful digital microscope, allowing the magnified observation of life forms, analysis of biological motion and form, as well as audio-visual interpretations for aesthetic presentation.
BioTehna Laboratory, Kiberpipa, Kersnikova 4, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Dr. Marc Dusseiller aka dusjagr is a transdisciplinary scholar, expert in BioNanoInterfaces and DIY enthusiast.
students, hackers, makers, scientists, artists, geeks and educators
Limited Participants: 12
Please register by mail to Kapelica Gallery
Webcams, electronics, living organisms and construction material will be provided.
Participants will have to bring their own laptop and optionally bring various samples (moss, mudd water, soil etc..) to study.
16h – 20h, Tuesday, 26. March, Introduction and First Microscopy Hacks
16h – 20h, Wednesday, 27. March, Advanced Microscopy Stage and Tardigrade Hunting
Optional, Evening, Thursday, 28. March, BioVisuals and Nematode Theremins
Special Guest: Boštjan Leskovšek & tba
Loads of tips and tricks on the wiki
How to hack the PS3 Eye Cam
Tardigrade couple recorded with 1.3 Megapixel webcam from TW, 20$
“Photo: Miha Fras”
From BioTehna_marc dusseiller: ‘diy microscopy’ / workshop, posted by Galerija Kapelica / Kapelica Gallery on 3/28/2013 (6 items)
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