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Building a Laser Microscope
If your Blu-ray player has gone from being the centerpiece of your home theater to a dust-collecting ornament, here’s a project for you.
One of the main advantages of a laser scanning microscope over optical microscopes is that the former achieves a maximum magnification of 1,500 times. Doctor Volt states that he is not certain about the magnification of the DIY microscope, but he mentions that it “can show structures of around 5 micrometers.”
If you’re interested in building your own laser microscope using a Blu-ray player, you can follow the instructions provided by Doctor Volt in his post.
Let me know if there’s anything else I can assist you with!