Basically you just remove the lens and turn it around then TADA! you're done. This is not my idea and i read it somewhere online but i really can't remember where i read it.
There are two parts to this instructable, 1st is to make the microscope from the webcam and 2nd is to make the frame or microscope body
(more info in picture annotations of each step)
Step 1: The Microscope
Now carefully remove the lens and place it back "the wrong way"and thats it!
-To remove the lens you should be able to just unscrew it out, but to put it back in backwards you might need to open up the casing.
-You can test if it works by trying to focus it by hand to look at your monitor, you should be able to see the individual pixels
Step 2: The Frame
For my design, i first assembled some parts around the webcam that can secure it firmly, I then built around that.
1 important point to note is that i used a worm-gear to adjust the focus, this is because it allows precise control and will only allow 1 direction of transmission (you can turn the worm-gear to move the assembly up and down but not the other way)
Step 3: Usage and Some Pictures
Thanks for reading, please let me know if you have suggestions or if there are any mistakes or questions
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