[Health] blood microscope
fgrose at gmail.com
Mon Apr 27 10:45:23 EDT 2009
Welcome to the list!
Others more familiar will respond with information about exploratory and
mostly educational activity projects with the XO for health or medicine.
At least 2 groups have plans to integrate XOs into disaster recovery
operations. The Hastily Formed Networks Research Group at the Naval
Postgraduate School has a project,
http://wiki.laptop.org/go/Projects/XOs_for_HADR, underway. And Professor
Sonstein at the Rochester Institute of Technology,
has a group working on upgrading the software architecture of Sahana and the
XO to allow them to self organize during disaster recovery operations.
Having robust and certified medical peripherals would be most welcome!
On Mon, Apr 27, 2009 at 6:25 AM, Laubscher, Markus <
markus.laubscher at philips.com> wrote:
> Hi List,
> We are working on an automated digital microscope with smart blood
> collection cartridges via fingerprick and image analysis software to
> diagnose malaria vs. bacterial vs. viral infections. We need a computation
> platform and look at the XO (and later generations) with great interest.
> I am new on the list and have a couple of questions:
> Are there already other microscope add-ons developed?
> How is the health application part of OLPC organized?
> Are there any health-related projects deployed in the field yet or coming
> up soon?
> *Dr. Markus Laubscher*
> Senior Scientist
> Philips Research
> High Tech Campus 34, 7.043
> 5656 AE Eindhoven (Netherlands)
> Phone: +31 (0)40-27 47705*
> *Fax: +31 (0)40-27 46321
> email: markus.laubscher at philips.com
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