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Measuring with Microscope - WebCam Laboratory

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Uploaded on Mar 12, 2010

IN OUR WORLD EVERYTHING IS RELATIVE, WHY SHOULD SIZES BE THE EXCEPTION?
Only a few of us know that webcams with focal lenses can make extra close shots. In fact, if you have a webcam with a variable focus, you also have a microscope. Using WebCam Laboratory, not only you can make microscopic measurements, but also in any dimension and get to know the world in the scope of measurements.

As the speed of movement is relative, the measurements of things are too . If you have a reference point, you can measure any related size or distance. WebCam Laboratory inspires users to look for comparison points in a creative way. By this, you can precisely understand the terms of unit of measurement and relativity. Unbelievable, but using a $10 webcam and WebCam Laboratory, you can make measurements as small as 1/100 mm. That means in given circumstances even single-celled organisms can be examined. Beyond microscopic sizes, you can make measurements in everyday dimensions or even in astronomical measurements. In the comfort of your home, you can measure the width and depth of the craters on the Moon. When you use WebCam Laboratory, you will develop your skills in mathematics, spatial orientation, and inner mapping as well as your logical thinking and creativity.

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