LuxFlux GmbH deals with innovative camera technologies that make the invisible visible. As part of the hackathon, our startup will provide a polarization camera equipped with a Sony chip. More information about the concept: https://thinklucid.com/tech-briefs/polarization-explained-sony-polarized-sensor/
The camera will be available for the hackathon with a lens, but can also be connected to a microscope (if available).
In the hackathon, images from the polarization camera will be evaluated. An open source interface is provided so that the raw data can be accessed very quickly. These raw data are to be evaluated, processed and visualized.
The polarization principle makes the course or alignment of fibers very visible. With suitable cell or tissue samples, prototypical applications can be tested during the hackathon.
Countless applications of medicine and biology are waiting for you to try them at the hackathon!