Microscopic module for mobile phones by IVO Associates

High-tech business development company IVO Associates (Cambridgeshire, England) is introducing the KeepLoop – a miniature microscope module. Manufactured in Finland, the KeepLoop turns an ordinary mobile phone into a microscope by attaching a thin magnetic microscope in front of the phone’s lens. Its accurate to one hundredth of a millimeter. Use of the module is easy: one simply attaches it to their mobile, turns on the LED light source, starts the phone camera, previews the image, and click!  The KeepLoop is already in use in industrial markets, in the life sciences sector and for general education.  Users are able to quickly examine samples and then transmit microscope images with their mobile phone to anywhere in the world.  

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HEADING:  TURN YOUR MOBILE PHONE INTO A MICROSCOPE

IVO Associates, the Cambridgeshire-based high-tech business development company is introducing the KeepLoop – a revolutionary miniature microscope module into the UK market.  Manufactured in Finland, the KeepLoop turns an ordinary mobile phone (or iPad, laptop) into a good quality microscope by attaching a thin magnetic microscope module in front of the phone’s lens. It’s accurate to one hundredth of a millimetre.

Using KeepLoop is very easy: attach it to your mobile, turn on the LED light source, start the phone camera, preview the image and click!  The microscope module fits easily in your pocket. 

The KeepLoop is already in use in industrial markets, in the life sciences sector and for general education.  Users want to quickly examine samples and then transmit microscope images with their mobile phone to anywhere in the world.  Examples include imaging of currency notes/security, skin, print quality, medical samples and electronic components to assist manufacturers with quality control.

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