10 Ordinary things to look under a digital microscope

things to look under microscope

Microscopic world is vast and is truly amazing. Even ordinary things like onion rings and iron look amazing, bizarre and strange under a microscope.There are hundreds, millions of things to under a microscope. Examining various items under a microscope is a joyful experience, but not everyone can afford a high quality microscope.

Thankfully, in current technological world, the days of expensive optical microscope are gone which were only available in school labs etc.

Looking at objects under a microscope gives a person a whole new perspective on everyday objects in their world.

There are a lot of low-cost digital microscopes available in market which you can buy easily and also they are very easy to use. Just plug in the USB cable of microscope to your computer or smartphone, install the drivers and you have a digital microscope which you can use to quench your thirst of examining things on microscopic level.

Ordinary things under a digital microscope

Below are images of various ordinary things under a $99 Dino-Lite USB Digital Microscope AM2111 which has optical zoom of upto 230x.

things to look under microscope
SUGAR CRYSTALS
things to look under microscope
THREADS
things to look under microscope
RBG PIXELS OF A LAPTOP SCREEN
things to look under microscope
CLOTH
things to look under microscope
HUMAN SKIN (BACK OF HAND)
HUMAN HAIR
RUSTY IRON
LOW QUALITY PAPER
STAINLESS STEEL
SPIDER SILK (STRONGEST MATERIAL IN THE WORLD)

WRAPPING UP


Some other things that also look amazing under the digital microscope:

  • Bread Molds
  • Coin
  • Flour
  • Teeth Plaque
  • Sand
  • Leaves (Compare leaves of different plants)
  • Rotten Leaves (You may find some Amoeba)
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