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Raspberry Pi Imaging

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Time lapse image acquisition in both day and night of plant growth was available for about £3500 at the start of my experiment in November. My task was to determine whether it is even possible to use Raspberry Pi’s to acquire comparable data. Using the camera without an infrared filter allows image acquisition in subjective night and appropriate settings similarly allow daytime acquisition. The current system also uses most of the pi idle time to do some basic image processing that saves time when a batch is processed on a Mac. Preliminary data have confirm interesting behaviour that my lab works on – circadian clock and the way how plants foresee the day start and how they react to sudden longer night, for which results should be ready by the time of the talk.

This talk is part of the Trinity College Science Society (TCSS) series.

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