- Description -
The structure of the ommatidium (visual sense receptor) of the insect compound eye is illustrated. Differences in visual reception are compared for insect species that are active during the day versus species that are active at night. Finally, the animation demonstrates how insects perceive the world through compound eyes comprised of multiple visual receptor units (mosaic vision).
Total Runtime: approx. 13 min; 5 scenes
Flash™ (SWF) Format
For copies of this video to use in lectures or presentations:
Payments by credit card, via PayPal (PayPal account not needed)
Zip File Size - 4.2 MB
(Videos are .swf format)
WMV Format **
Zip File Size -52 MB
(Suitable for PowerPoint)
Zip File Size -54 MB
(Videos are .mov format)
NOTE: Texas residents will have state sales tax of 8.25% added at check-out
After payment you will receive an e-mail with a link to download your tutorial zip file.
(Note: all purchased animations play full screen)
*Flash format (.swf) files have full interactivity (start, stop, search forward/back) and scenes are linked and play automatically using the free Flash plug-in from Adobe.
**WMV format scenes do not have interactivity or link between scenes. They are suitable for use in PowerPoint slides. The .wmv format plays in the PC Media Player which allows forward-back search within the scene.
***Quicktime files (.mov) do not have interactivity and scenes are not linked, but the Quicktime player allows foward/back search within a scene.
To purchase with an institutional purchase order see:
e-mail me at: : firstname.lastname@example.org