EyeClops Magnifies Anything 200x, Sends Images to TV Screen

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The EyeClops is a handheld microscope that looks like a grotesque eyeball, but can help you see that strange world that's teeming with life right there in front of you, right under your nose. It magnifies everything 200x , but its design is about 800x as goofy as a typical microscope.

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You just plug the $50 EyeClops into a composite video input on any TV, point its bleary eye at your object of interest, and suddenly everything is in living color, up in your face in a super close-up on the TV screen.

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If you go to your doctor's office or to a scientific laboratory and they are using one of these, head directly to the nearest exit. But for just plain ogling your boogers, scars or household insects, it might be good for a laugh or two. [Toys R Us ]

DISCUSSION

Looks pretty cool. Also seems like the little base might be a light, which would be a bonus. I do wonder why there are two composite ends shown in one of the pics above, does it have a microphone as well?

It would also be interesting to know if it included a stand. I can't see that holding it steady enough to allow 200x mag without epileptic-seizure-inducing picture shaking would be very easy.