The Dynamic Microscope

The Original Dynamic Microscope Prototype

The Era of Static Microscopy is Over

The development of the dynamic microscope concept opens new vistas in microscopy.

Infinity Photo-Optical Company is looking to license this concept. Please read the information below.


There has been some confusion about the photo of the Dynamic Microscope prototype—it looks so simple—even crude. Because the concept depends on using semi-objectives (in a new way) similar to those made 50 years ago by Bausch & Lomb we can only "push" these "ancient" components up to the point of proving the concept. Look beyond the simplicity of the prototype; it is completely viable.

Dynamic Microscope Technical Overview
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Dynamic Microscope Patent Application
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Dynamic Microscope Patent Drawings
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