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During their nighttime phase, dinoflagellates will release light (bioluminescence) when disturbed.
The Bio-Orb is made of glass (glass is made of silica/sand, which is found on beaches). And the Bio-Orb is filled with seawater and dinoflagellates (which are also found at the beach).
Listen to the Light - No Dinos were injured in the filming of this video.
The BioOrb is a plankton filled glass sphere that lights up at night when swirled. The BioOrb is...
Here is a large bubble floating to the top of a large acrylic cylinder filled with PyroDinos:
a picture of a PyroFarms' Bio Orb dropped on our New-Wave pad.
In this short clip, dinoflagellates are being stirred while they are being filmed.
Gentle touches will provide dancing blue sparkles while firm pressure will release bright bursts of natural blue light. Naturally recharges every day to perform every night. Dino Tile
Bio Orb in dream swirl from PyroFarms on Vimeo. A sea of bio-fractal bioluminescence surroundi...
As the glass orb is swirled the dinoflagellates produce natural light
Beautiful during the day and fascinating at night, The Bio Orb will provide natural light (bioluminescence) night after night with minimal care.
Two great light shows. A beautiful sunset and some bright bioluminescence
Bioluminescent dinoflagellates filmed in the early morning hours.
A new video concept using sound and natural bioluminescence.
The Bio Orb is an excellent way to enjoy bioluminescence.
PyroDino dinoflagellates are a species known as Pyrocystis fusiformis. Yes our company (PyroFarms) was named after our ‘dinos’ and not just our propensity for starting fires.
After over five years of patient waiting, a bioluminescent red tide has decided to return to San Diego.
NewWave: An Interactive luminescent experience. This is Next Level Stuff!
GYOD: Grow Your Own Dinos. Dinoflagellates can be grown in most any clean clear container
An algae bloom on Lake Ponchartrain was spotted by a NASA satellite in a newly released image.