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ELEKTRO 12/2020 was released on December 2nd 2020. Its digital version will be available on January 2nd 2021.

Topic: Measurement, testing, quality care

Main article
Long-term test of innovated sliding contact

SVĚTLO (Light) 6/2020 was released 12.14.2020. Its digital version will be available on 12.18.2020.

Fairs and exhibitions
Looking back at twenty second anniversary of Designblok
Competition of journal Světlo (Light) at FOR ARCH and FOR GARDEN fair 2020

Architectural and scenic lighting
Lighting design in a nutshell – Part 48
Light design for Vivaldianno show
Světlík (skylight) – workshop with light and about light for children

Smartphone microscope kit

25. 11. 2019 | The Verge | www.theverge.com

Everyone knows the rise of smartphones has put powerful cameras in our pockets, but we forget these cameras can also be transformed into powerful microscopes. Enter DIPLE, a Kickstarter that promises to supercharge your phone with up to 1,000 times magnification, allowing you to examine microorganisms, bacteria, and even your own blood cells.

The team behind DIPLE (pronounced “dipple”) previously made BLIPS, a series of stick-on smartphone lenses. We thought BLIPS were fun, but getting good results took patience. Stick-on lenses are lightweight and easy to apply, but their focal point is difficult to align, meaning images were often blurry and distorted.

DIPLE microscope

DIPLE is offering static, back-lit setup for more stable microscopy. It trades portability for consistent results and higher levels of magnification. DIPLE also makes the use of prepared slides (when a sample is sandwiched between two pieces of glass) much easier. The kit is smallish, the size of a smartphone box, and it offers three levels of magnification (35x, 75x, and 150x), which can be increased using your phone’s zoom. The makers of DIPLE, SmartMicroOptics, says users will be able to achieve up to 1,000x magnification “before getting any pixelation,” though that will depend in part on the capacity of individuals’ smartphones.

Read more at The Verge

Image Credit: DIPLE