Alberto Tam Yong

Technology and Projects

Digital Microfluidics

Project Presentation Slides

Digital Microfluidics allows us to move, mix, separate, transport and even provide temperature coefficients to small droplets of the samples.


With this we can perform hundreds of tests on a single ml of blood.


The Digital Microfluidics are mainly performed on a device called “OpenDrop V2”.


This device was developed by GaudiLabs and released as Open-source Hardware. An Arduino is used as the controller for this device.