Moonflower Time Lapse at Cambridge University Goes Viral

The Glass House at Cambridge University hosts many of the world’s rarest plants. Sitting on 40 acres of land, the Glass House supports a wide variety of university research including plant evolution, ornithology, crop security, and conservation. Many of the world’s red list plants have a home at the Glass House......


Exploring Possibilities of Plant Sentience using Time Lapse – Interview with Researchers Paco Calvo and Vicente Raja

A showdown of sorts is happening amongst researchers around the world as each group tries to prove their theories surrounding plant sentience. A recent article published......


Plant Sentience Research in BBC Science Focus Magazine

The BBC Science Focus Magazine published an article on the revolutionary research on plant sentience that we shared a few weeks ago. This research would not have been possible without time lapse......


The Guardian Publishes Article about Research Conducted using Brinno Time Lapse Cameras

Do plants have a conscious and are they sentient beings growing with intent......


Australian Lyrebirds caught mating using TLC2020 timelapse camera

One of our Australian creators Anna Glynn had a pleasant surprise this weekend when checking back on her timelapse footage. She had set up her TLC2020 camera by an Australian lyrebird mound ......