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Rapid, portable and automated blood morphology tests

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Title: Rapid, portable and automated blood morphology tests
Subject: Medicine and Health
Subcategory: Blood Disorders
Grade level: High School - Grades 9-12
Academic Level: Ordinary
Project Type: Building / Engineering
Cost: Medium
Awards: Google Science Fair Finalist
Affiliation: Google Science Fair
Year: 2015
Materials: van Leeuwenhoek lens, smartphone
Techniques: Principal Component Analysis (PCA),
Concepts: Computer vision, Random Forests (RF),
Description: Blood test are performed using topographical Computer Vision Algorithms for rapid, low-cost Hematological diagnostics and Parasite detection through Random Forests classification and van Leeuwenhoek-type Imaging. An engineered van Leeuwenhoek type lens system attachable to a smartphone camera interfaces with this computer vision approach to image blood samples algorithmically classifying and counting cells in the sample.

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