Researchers in Germany have developed a “living interface” that “enlists the services of a tiny critter called a Daphnia, which gets placed under a microscope that tracks its movement as it reacts to various stimuli.” Video after the jump.

That then gets translated into a farily impressive light show (as seen in the video after the break), with the pint-sized subject also apparently composing an accompanying piece of music in the process

[via engadget]

Researchers in Germany have developed a “living interface” that “enlists the services of a tiny critter called a Daphnia, which gets placed under a microscope that tracks its movement as it reacts to various stimuli.” Video after the jump.

That then gets translated into a farily impressive light show (as seen in the video after the break), with the pint-sized subject also apparently composing an accompanying piece of music in the process

[via engadget]