Wireless Camera Imaging System for Centrifugal Microfluidic Discs

Brian Regan mail

OSHWA UID

IE000003 Project Website

Certification Date

September 29, 2021

Country

Ireland

This standalone imaging system employs a generic low-cost wireless camera to view and record videos of centrifugal microfluidic discs. It is fabricated using 3D printers and a low-cost CNC machine and is controlled by an Arduino Uno. The device easily enables flow-visualisation of 'on-disc' liquids which is highly beneficial when troubleshooting dysfunctional fluidic structures during disc development. Moreover, stable real-time colourimetric measurements of 'on-disc' liquids can be acquired.

Version

1

Licenses
Hardware
Other
Software
Other
Documentation
CC BY
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Project Type
Other
Keywords
Microfluidics, imaging, flow visualisation, Lab-on-a-Disc, real-time measurements

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