Microscopic Smart Phone Stop-motion by Aardman

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“The film, which was created by animators at Aardman Animations in the UK, is a celebration of a new technology that goes beyond entertainment.

The film was shot with a Nokia N8 smartphone 12-megapixel camera attached to a 50x magnification called CellScope. Invented by bioengineer Daniel Fletcher at the University of California, Berkeley, the tiny but powerful CellScope allows doctors in poor, rural areas to capture images of blood samples and transmit them via cell phone to laboratories anywhere in the world. In this way, the CellScope should allow doctors to diagnose fatal diseases even when there are no medical labs nearby.” from http://www.physorg.com/news204529465.html

See the film here:

Physorg

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