Automatically count bacterial colony forming unit

      Accurately counting bacterial colonies forms an integral part of a diverse range of experiments such as checking the safety of foods and pharmaceutical products as well as determining the efficacy of vaccines. With the assumption that each colony comes from a single microorganism, researchers dilute and plate the liquid culture directly onto agar plates, eventually determining the original microbial concentration by counting colony-forming units (CFUs) on each plate.
     The colony counting problem can be easily solved by using the "CountThings By Camera" mobile app. You only need to take a photo, click to identify, and the whole process can be automatically completed, and the accuracy can also be adjusted.

You can download it at google play named "CountThings By Camera"

Automated Counting colonies on agar plates