A pocket-size accessory that turns an ordinary camera phone into a high-resolution microscope can accurately obtain images with resolution of 0.01 mm. Scientists at VTT Technical Research Centre of Espoo, Finland, have developed a microscope that attaches to a mobile camera lens with a magnet. It can examine various surfaces and structures in microscopic detail and can take high-resolution images that can be forwarded as MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). It has applications in the security, health care and printing industries. VTT and KeepLoop Oy of Tampere, Finland, are exploring the commercial potential of the device. The first industrial applications and consumer models were expected to be released in early March 2012.