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.
A while ago, Urs Gaudenz made Hackteria’s Laser-cuts Microscopy Stages and sent 2 of these kits to Indonesia. One of the kit ended up in UGM Microbiology Lab – Faculty of Agriculture and the other one ended up in lifepatch. Titarubi, a fellow friend of us in Indonesia noticed our activities geek-ing around with DIY [...]
Since 2009, hackteria has collaborated with various communities in Yogyakarta and had the opportunity to give presentations and workshops at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM).
DIY microscopy @ Faculty of Agricultural Technology . 2009
During the participation at cellsbutton#03, we first time met Prof. Irfan D. Prijambada, who then invited us, with help from other participants and the [...]
After our first experiments with the BubbleBot at the NanoŠmano lab and evening a playful experimentation we had to look more into them. So Robertina and dusjagr met for NanoBRKFST at dusjagr labs II, this time we got the right concentration of H2O2 and were ready to rock the nanorockets.
see some of our experimentations on [...]
We are happy to announce a spontanous workshop/discussion at BioCurious
Thursday, August 2nd, 7:30-10pm.
Marc Dusseiller and Urs Gaudenz, roving biohacker ambassadors for the Hackteria network, will be dropping by BioCurious for an open lab/hack/discussion, combining bioprinting, DIY microscopy and Hackteria intro with some hands-on stuff. Check out some of the amazing workshops and projects these guys [...]
MAPPING AND HACKING YOUR PERSONAL BIOZONE WORKSHOP
Antti Tenetz with support of The Centre for Art Management
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The workshop aimed to explain the basic principle of microscope for elementary school student, in a fun and interactive way. In this workshop, each student have to pull out one single hair and compared with the others using DIY digital microscope…one with the biggest hair are the winner
8 -11am, Sat, 13. Jan 2012, [...]