Researchers in South Korea and South Africa are working hard to launch smart phones that can be used to test for HIV/AIDS in many parts of Africa through a revolutionary gadget called Smart Scope. The research team is reported to have developed a microscope and an application that can photograph and analyse blood samples in areas far from laboratories to diagnose HIV and even measure the health of immune systems. Smartscope, is a small 1-millimeter (0.04-inch) microscope and light which clips over a smartphones camera. Our idea was to obtain images and analyse images on this smartphone using applications, said Jung Kyung Kim, a professor in biomedical engineering at Kookmin University in South Korea. The new technology would be initially used for HIV/AIDS testing in rural communities in South Africa and Swaziland. An estimated 6 million South Africans are infected with the HIV virus while an estimate 25% of Swazi adults are infected with the virus. What do you think about Smart Scope? Do you think it can be a game changer for HIV/AIDS testing in Africa?