SmartMicroOptics Push Diple Lens Platform: SmartWatch Second Shift Microscope

According tomedia, the microscope is very cool, it can let people see objects that can not be seen with the naked eye. But it’s clear that it’s not realistic to carry a microscope anytime, anywhere. But now an optical start-up is looking to change that, with the introduction of a small device that can turn any smartphone or tablet into a microscope.

SmartMicroOptics Push Diple Lens Platform: SmartWatch Second Shift Microscope

The company, SmartMicroOptics (SMO), is understood to have launched a crowdfunding campaign for Diple products on Kickstarter.

With 26 days left in the fundraising day, the company has already received more than $27,688 — more than $61,000.

SmartMicroOptics Push Diple Lens Platform: SmartWatch Second Shift Microscope

Unlike the company’s previous 5x-10x and 20x-150x lens accessories, Diple is more of a portable platform. It doesn’t need to be connected to the phone, and the user’s objective is to point the device’s objective at the lens of the Diple microscope, and you can see the target details at the 35x – 1000x magnification.

This means that the user doesn’t even need to remove the phone from the case, which means the microscope can be used with any smartphone or tablet with a camera and can be viewed without external software.

Not only is Diple an interesting device designed for kids, but it can also be used in the lab and even outdoors for field trips. With this in mind, SMO has designed a durable lens. According to the company itself, the lens can fall off three floors without damage.

SmartMicroOptics Push Diple Lens Platform: SmartWatch Second Shift Microscope

Although Diple is not as small as Blips, it is very compact — about the size of a smartphone box, and it works anywhere.

SMO is expected to start shipping in May 2020, with the exception of the $490 5 Pack , which is shipped in June.

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