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Summer is fun and making something its super fun! In this day i will show you how to make Microscope using a Laser pointer. This is fun project and easy project ! anyone can build this!

Its can use to see a bacteria, small object and anything. The cost to build this is under 1 dollars!

You can use it for school project, science project and etc. Ok lets make it

Step 1: You Needs:

  • Laser pointer
  • 1 Toothpicks
  • Some tape
  • Rubber eraser
  • Old Card for make the holder

Step 2: Simple

  • Take laser, card, and some tape
  • Tie the laser to the old card with tape like image
  • And Next....

Step 3: The Eraser

  • Take the eraser and toothpick
  • Insert the toothpicks into the eraser like image
  • And finish!

Step 4: Installations

  • Place the eraser in front of the laser
  • Drop a water at the end of the toothpick
  • Turn on the laser and look the life on the drop of water
  • If you want to see how it works, Look the video

Step 5: Finish

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Sorry for my bad english

I made it. it is awesome and I m making it for my school science fair. sorry it is broken by me so I don't have any pictures of it. so,I m sending a pic of me..
thanks :)<br>sorry for late respond
<p>Very interesting, thanks for the share. Semper Fi</p>
<p>Thank you so much for look my works. Happy making!</p>
<p>Ye, my English ain't so good too, but that's because I speak Americanish..... ;)</p>
<p>very interesting, I will try it. thanks for posting!</p>
you're welcome. And thanks for look my works<br>
<p><a href="https://gammacephei.wordpress.com/2011/12/24/laser-microscopy-in-20-minutes/" rel="nofollow">https://gammacephei.wordpress.com/2011/12/24/laser...</a></p>
<p>I am skeptical this is resolving down to the size of bacteria. I would suggest trying it with some cheek cells from your mouth suspended in water. They are easily recognized and the size and shape of the nucleus is predictable. Bacteria need 200-400x and I doubt a water droplet has this magnification - just guessing.</p>
<p>Thank you for your suggestion. Yes, I believe that the cheek cells from mouth has that predictable shape. Thank you :)</p>
<p>The video looks like Brownian motion of particles in suspension in the droplet. </p>
<p>Thank you for look my works. Happy making!</p>
Neat trick. The laser beam expands using the water drop as a lens. This is how the first microscopes were done - without glass lenses! <br>Then the laser turns it into a projector. <br>
<p>Thank you very much!!</p>
<p>Thank you very much!!</p>
You should probably mention it projects onto the wall
<p>Thank you for look my works</p>
<p>Brilliant! Love it :D</p>
<p>Thanks for look my works! I hope you enjoy this! :n)</p>
<p>Another good thing to mention is don't point laser into eyes</p>
<p>Legaly compliant laser pointers are too weak to do any damage - it's still unpleasant though.</p>
<p>Thanks for look my works. Happy making!!</p>
<p>Thanks for look my work and thanks for suggest me. Thanks</p>
<p>You might do well to avoid the creature illustrated on that card, also! At a half ton and 10', those fangs don't seem to be for opening Pixie Stix! I'll take on Lake Erie algae bloom any day!</p>
<p>Thanks for look my works.</p>

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