A relaxing and meditative journey using natural light (bioluminescence) and sound (432Hz). S...
This is a polycarbonate culture flask suspended by several shock cords and filled with one liter of our PyroDinos
In this tutorial we show how easy it is to take care of your Bio-Orb. The process of adding DinoN...
Learn more about Bioluminescence, Circadian Rhythm and Photosynthesis
Walking and playing on a full-sized Dino-Tile. Custom Dino-Tiles are available by special order ...
It is a memorable night on the beach when PyroFarms brings 40 gallons of bioluminescent algae
Gravity flow of Dinos and a funky beat. A Custom Dino-Tile on display.
Listen to the light while viewing the music. In this video we are playing with one of our custom...
The Best of 2020 is probably an oxymoron but we will run with it anyway. Here are some of the best PyroFarms' videos of 2020.
Growing PyroDino dinoflagellates is a lot like taking care of a houseplant.
Our side hustle has been attempting to create a renewable light source using our natural PyroDino algae
If you watch the mash video carefully you will see something you have not seen before.
What happens when you find a mermaid playing on your bioluminescent DinoTile? You wouldn't believe us if we told you.
Whether you’re a marine biologist or just a fan of bioluminescence, there’s something in this episode for everyone.
A single-celled marine dinoflagellate lights up and then dims again as it is squeezed between two...
PyroFarms Is Lighting Up the World With Tiny Living Organisms
An experiment using sound to stimulate bioluminescent dinoflagellates to produce light (bioluminescence)
Over the years, there have been numerous attempts to create "glow-in-the-dark" plants.
Our PyroDinos love this turtle-shaped glass micro-aquarium
California Dreaming, Southern California's natural bioluminescence
PyroFarms has increased the size of the hole in the top of the Bio-Orb. Bio-Orbs shipped in June 2020 and thereafter most likely have the larger hole.
Some recent images of the bioluminescent event in Southern California
PyroFarms has been working on a sustainable renewable light source for over a year now
An algal bloom graces the beaches of Southern California
A Dino-Tile is an interactive, self-contained, bioluminescent dinoflagellate environment
In this short video, we filmed from below a glass petri dish as we poured PyroDinos into the petri dish
Fortunately, the cameras in our smartphones have improved dramatically over the past couple of years.
As the FluoroGels dissolve into the water, a unique and fascinating fluorescent show develops