Scientists use iPhone microscope to diagnose intestinal worms
0. phoneArena posted on 16 Mar 2013, 15:08
The last big growth opportunity for mobile devices is in the medical field. Mobile is already a powerhouse for communication, entertainment, and as an information hub, but the work is still in progress to make medical devices more mobile. We've seen theoretical work, but this story is a pretty impressive practical application, because scientists were able to use a hacked-together iPhone microscope to diagnose intestinal worms...
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1. SamsungTheSavior (banned) posted on 16 Mar 2013, 15:12 13 7
Could've gotten much more done with a note 2 microscope and split screen apps.
18. jcarrigan posted on 16 Mar 2013, 18:25 2 0
why would they do this? just get a stupid microscope
4. lyndon420 posted on 16 Mar 2013, 15:37 0 0
That was amazing creativity for what they had to work with.
10. MobileJunkieJr posted on 16 Mar 2013, 16:31 4 0
Should'a used the 808!!!
They would'a seen "lossless" worms and even the viruses in the worms.
16. roscuthiii posted on 16 Mar 2013, 17:59 2 1
So... they used Apple Maps and wound up in someone's backside?
21. Droid773 posted on 16 Mar 2013, 23:35 0 0
why you guys always fighting? just choose whatever device you like and be happy. im an android user since day one.
23. 5ufy9n posted on 17 Mar 2013, 02:31 0 0
Was it a 'stool' sample they put on the iPhone? o.O
27. Droiddoes posted on 17 Mar 2013, 12:13 0 0
michael h advertisemen- I mean article. tb,dr (too biased, didn't read)
30. rusticguy posted on 17 Mar 2013, 14:54 0 0
And he hid my comment. Never checked but who know may have sent a warning about "trolling" also ....
31. Droiddoes posted on 17 Mar 2013, 17:27 0 0
Yup. You are not allowed to criticize or even point out the WELL KNOWN flaws in apples novelty products, he will remove them. Biased "reporter" (and I use the term as loosely as possible, I've seen more journalistic integrity in a jr high newsletter) is biased and admittedly does not even research things before schlocking together a biased, often innacurate "story".