Vorticella HD movie

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Stefano B
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Vorticella HD movie

Post by Stefano B »

It's better to view this short movie in HD.
You can clearly see how Vorticellas are greedy.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h4mazeiXIVs

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Stefano

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Post by carlos.uruguay »

Very nice video

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Post by Stefano B »

carlos.uruguay wrote:Very nice video
Thank you :D

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Excellent quality DIC sequence!
Pau

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Pau wrote:Excellent quality DIC sequence!
:wink: :) :D

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Post by Jacek »

excellent video quality

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Post by Brian Matsumoto »

Loved the video. I was wondering, did you adjust the frame rate of the camera or rendering? Was the video showing actual time or was it a slow down of the event so we can study the details better?

Brian Matsumoto

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Post by RogelioMoreno »

High quality movie!

Rogelio

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Post by Stefano B »

Thank you! :D
Hi Brian, I've just finished reading your nice book The video is showing actual time, the movements slowed down a bit as the drop of water was very viscous (too much pollution, the sample is some weeks old)

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