FlashLapse is a time lapse plant imaging system developed by Xinyu Miao and Dr. Richard Barker at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The FlashLapse system is a plant growth chamber that allows for high definition time lapse photography of the plants. Lighting and motor movement can be controlled using this device, making it an invaluable tool for plant researchers, especially those doing gravitropism assays.
We’re changing the way students learn and the way scientific research is performed.
The team at FlashLapse is here to take full advantage of all of the opportunities this era of technology provides. This includes interdisciplinary learning styles, open source learning materials, and promotion of the FlashLapse system.