And now for something completely different - rediscovered unprocessed data of a spider building a net on my balcony. This composite image combines 2800 frames into one (minimum filter). [The] image represents 12 minutes of web building with an image taken every 250 ms using a 12.5 mm lens. The dotted line in the background is a passing airplane.
Nach dem Klick noch 2 GIFs voller Spinnennetze aus Spinnen:
Since you all love-hated that spider web composite so much here is a video of it building up at 10x original speed. Inset shows spider of current frame at 2x zoom. pic.twitter.com/CJGJAFJ8hV
— Christian Fröschlin (@chrfrde) 28. April 2018
Ok one more (warning extremely spidery content!). If the static composite was not terrifying enough for you here is a live crawling web (created by splitting the data into four separate composites). As @muppling jokingly replied: 700 spiders could have built it in one second 🙂 pic.twitter.com/kkFZ2LhN2Y
— Christian Fröschlin (@chrfrde) 29. April 2018