P16590: Low-Cost Fundus Camera 2
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Integrated System Build & Test

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Mechanical Base

The part to attach the casing to the base was succesfully 3D printed. It is shown below individually and inserted into the base. This piece can be screwed into or secured in another fashion to the case once the entire design is completed.

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Optics & Illumination

All of the lenses are on hand. They are being setup to ensure they can acquire an image. They will then be adjusted to gain the appropriate magnification and field of view. public/Photo Gallery/opticssetup.jpg

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The LEDs are all on hand and prepared. The surface mount board will need to be printed, then it can be used to provide illumination with the LEDs.

--Image of optics & illumination combined-- --Video of setup capturing an image?--

Software

After struggling to replace a broken ODROID, the ODROID was sucessfully started up with an operating system running on it.

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Software development continues, and the GUI is coming together.

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The software will be able to control all of the system components

--video using software to initiate flash/capture image--

Casing

Once all the other areas are finalized the casing can be adjusted to account for final measurements and be created. A cardboard mock up was created in order to simulate the space requirements the case might take up, as well as get a feel for how user interaction may occur.

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