September 18, 2015 AT 6:43 pm
Neopixel lightning used for new tech photography
Andrew Tingle used NeoPixel lighting along with the Bluefruit LE Connect app to photograph this simple yet innovative new medical chip –
These artificial micro organs, which are being developed at Harvard, MIT, UC Berkeley, and other places, give researchers the ability to model what happens in humans when drugs or irritants enter the system. They promise to be far more accurate than traditional lab tests on cultured cells or animals, eliminating the false starts and dead ends that can help drive product development costs to $4 billion or more for a single drug.
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original article over at Fast Company, and see more of Andrew’s work on his site – plus all over Adafruit.com 🙂
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