Daphnia Heartbeat Real Time Olympus Phase Contrast Microscope 100x
Elodea Chlorplast Streaming Real Time Olympus Phase Contrast Microscope 200x-1
Scenes: Laboratory of Genetics, The Rockefeller University, New York
Submitted by Pablo Meyer Rojas
Imaging the fly circadian clock in HeLa cells.
Scenes: CUNY Graduate Center, City College of New York
Submitted by Aline Hubard
Sand, salt, pills, coins, beans are examples of Granular Materials.
Granular Materials can behave both as fluids and solids depending on the circumstances.
Equations are built to recreate the behavior with these circumstances. These in turn are used to design experiments with photo-elastic materials and computer simulations.
Scenes: Bioengineering Department, UCSD/UNAM, USA/Mexico
Submitted by Octavio Mondragon.
Scenes: The Center for Molecular Life Sciences, Biozentrum, Basel
Submitted by Amanda Ochoa-Espinosa
1. Development of a fruit fly embryo beginning 10 hours after egg-laying. A cytoskeletal component is fused to green fluorescent protein and red fluorescent protein in the nuclei of the trachael (respiratory) system.
2. A dorsal view of a fruit fly embryo 1hr of development beginning 14hrs after egg laying. The trachael expresses a green and red fluorescent protein.
Scenes aims to get a snapshot of the current state of research around the world through moving images.
This program that will stand at the intersection of science and video art. In the first edition of SCENES, we are searching for visually-stimulating experiment, in the laboratory or in the field. The concept is that you film should capture a experiment that is as true to reality as possible, as if you were looking through a window or microscope, into space or based on computer simulations/calculations.
Scientists and artists around the world will record experiments, either in a laboratory or in the field based on the definition of an experiment. Pick a spot, preferably with little to no trace of humans. An experiment is defined as a methodical trial and error procedure carried out with the goal of verifying, falsifying, or establishing the validity of a hypothesis. This definition should be reflected in the videos you create.
By the end of September, we will make a selection of films that will be shown at the 5th annual Imagine Science Films. These will live on our channel, spread into the veins of our ISF community.
- 5 minutes or less.
- Capture transition (sun to rain, light to dark, ice to liquid)
- Real-time (no time acceleration or break in time)
- No Post-Production (ex: color correction)
- Preferably little to no trace of human activity.
- Naming Video: Scenes: laboratory, university or institute, city
For more information, please email us at email@example.com
For submission, upload to your VIMEO account and send us the link to: firstname.lastname@example.org