Prof. Kazunori Hoshino, Dept. of Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Devices and Instrumentation | Biomedical Engineering and Bioengineering | Engineering
I designed an optical system for analysis of implantable devices. The final system consists of a 3mm double convex lens that focuses a light spot onto a tissue or implantable medical device. This light spot can then provide feedback on the movement of flow through a device or the development of tissue on the device, although my project focused solely on the flow application. The light spot is generated by an LED and directed using a half mirror. It is then focused using a ball lens, fiber optic, and the double convex lens. With this system the generated light spot met all criteria for versatility, size, and focus.
Garrett, Ariane, "A Stationary Camera for Use with Other Implantable Medical Devices" (2017). Holster Scholar Projects. 43.