Mold Time Lapse

Special shooting aspergillus fumigatus botrytis mucor trichoderma cladosporium
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A water sample spread plated on Rose Bengal Agar (RBA) and incubated at room temperature for 4 or 5 days. Nothing visible for the first two days. Agar began to dry out almost immediately. Образовательные видео в сообществе

Time lapse of slime mold (Physarum polycephalum) growing in a maze.

The original part was made on my 3d printer. Mold was made with Smooth-on Rebound silicone rubber and Plasti-Paste. The final part was Cast with Smooth-Cast 300 urethane resin. For my first mold it turned out pretty well, learned a lot of new techniques for the rear shell.

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An estimated 40% of food goes to waste in the US and though we've all had food go bad, we don't really get to see how it happens. This is what 22 days of food left in 90% humidity looks like when compressed into 35 seconds.

I shot this using a Raspberry Pi 2 and a Raspberry Pi camera made by Arducam that accepts M12 board lenses. By sharing the output folder with my Windows home network I was able to see what was going on inside the enclosed micro studio in near real time without having to open it, which w

Clip from BBC/NHK co-produced documentary "Planet Earth" (2006), with the tune "Delta" from album "Colourform" by Higher Intelligence Agency, beyond records (1993).
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Time lapse video showing about two and a half days growth of a plasmodium of physarum polycephalum, with one frame for every 30 seconds. Temperature, humidity and lighting were not controlled (except for pulling the curtains). Sometimes condensation forms on the inside of the petri dish lid. About 75% through there is a gap of about 40 minutes.

This video now has an updated version at
Why? Because I recently obtained fresh spores and found that microscopic portion of this original video contained a flagellate species that was not Fuligo septica. My bad!
Check out the new link if you want better science:
Mega-Amoeba: Time lapse 450x speed of a Myxamoeba (Fuligo Septica) engulfing a fist sized rock. The purpose of this behaviour is un-like microscopic amoeba that engulf items for nutr

Have you ever wondered what mold looks like while it's growing? Starting with a small sample of slime mold in the center of a petri dish, watch as the mold is able to branch out and explore in search of food. Once food is found, it retracts itself and covers the food item. Eventually, due to the abundance of food, the mold begins to take over the dish! This was filmed over a period of 4 days, with images taken every 30 seconds, from over 9,000 pictures. Образовательные видео в сообществе

Special shooting aspergillus fumigatus botrytis mucor trichoderma cladosporium.

Advice on growing mold - Ivanova Anna E. (Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Soil Science)