I’ll demonstrate how I built my mobile phone/iPod mount out of LEGO for my LEGO optics lab.
Toy Iron Man mask with some hardware in it to project information to the wearer, like the holographic interface Mr. Stark himself uses.
The purpose of this project is to show the design principles of the simplest optical spectroscope.
Camera module built using uCube framework.
Adapting Panasonic camera for field imaging of small biological specimens with video-rate acquisition of extended-focus macroscopic images.
A low-cost SLM driver board would drastically increase the proliferation of advanced microscopy and holographic displays.
I built my own cell phone stereograph viewer with parts from my Lego optics lab.
Light source module built using uCube framework.
I built a polariscope (Plane Polariscope) for my Lego optics lab.
This is the description of how to measure the depth of field of a lens using a stage micrometer.
Build a filter rotator out of Lego for optics lab experiments.
Whenever any quantity of dust is detected, the optical dust sensor will sense it.