IT COSTS LESS THAN 1/4 OF THE PRICE OF A FULL MICROSCOPE. YOUR EXPERIMENTS DON’T HAVE TO STOP BECAUSE YOU HAVE NO MICROSCOPE OR BECAUSE THERE IS NO LIGHT.
A lot of students hate science courses because they are all abstract without any practical. I know i did as a student and even though i did sciences in the university I still hated the thought of practicls because sometimes there would be no light and we have to stay in the laboratory till we have light and sometimes we spend hours waiting for PHCN to bring light.
For WAEC most students just cram diagrams and notes, write the exam and forget everything.
if you want your kids to be able to lear and enjoy science then this new invention is for them.
Foldscope is an ultra-affordable, paper-based microscope that you build yourself. It is designed to be affordable, durable, and give optical quality similar to conventional research microscopes.
See the invisible with a powerful yet affordable microscope that fits in your pocket. Curiosity, discovery, and science for everyone!
It was designed to be portable and durable, while performing on par with conventional research microscopes (140X magnification and 2 micron resolution).
The Foldscope has a magnification of 140X and 2 micron resolution. With those capabilities, the many wonders of the microscopic world are at your fingertips! You can view very tiny things like bacteria, blood cells, and single-celled organisms. As well as larger things like a insects, fabrics, organic tissues, and more!
I was impressed with the image quality. I have stored many images on my cellphone which was easy to do and a great plus. Assembly is a breeze with easy to follow instructions. Very pleased with this product.
Foldscope is an amazing device to dive into the microscopic world. It takes some practice to make the most of it. Once you achieve it, the results are really outstanding. It provides a new way to observe nature and, therefore, enriches our focus of existence. Every person should use a foldscope, from kids to elders. Watch the images I have uploaded (I hope the videos upload will work too).
I love the foldscope. This is great for kids to learn and explore the world around. We gave out these kits at our post-wedding brunch for the kids to play with and they were looking at everything from flower petals to puddle water. I particularly like the way that they are “transparent” devices where kids can see and understand every part and can see that science doesn’t have to be complicated or inaccessible. Younger kids needed help putting them together but the older kids got to have the pride of having built microscopes themselves.