At one cubic millimeter in size, this endoscope camera has got to be more palatable than the usual cameras used to peer into the human body.
Borescopes are extremely handy devices. These flexible video tubes are perfect for exploring the tight confines of your PC motherboard or that pesky, always-stuffed left nasal passage*.
The market for home proctology isn't exactly thriving, which is probably the reason why the makers of the USB Endoscope decided to take a less daunting route: The two-foot-long USB-powered snake has LEDs and a camera at one end. Outfitted with a powerful 40X microscopic lens, it focuses in on things you yourself can't…
The graphic to your left depicts the Aer-O-Scope, a self-propelling, self-navigating endoscope. In English: the Aer-O-Scope is a machine that automagically crawls up your butt and through your colon, transmitting live high-resolution video of what it sees. Yes, it's disposable. And no, you can't buy it for home use.