The vertical distribution and the distance moved was recorded simultaneously. The response to vibration stimuli was also assessed. The vibration is indicated in this video by a red square in the top left corner.
The time at which stimuli is delivered is indicated by a red number at the top left of the video. The 60 seconds between stimuli has been sped up in this video. (Video courtesy of Prof Matt Guille's lab, University of Portsmouth)
Video (speed, 8x) of zebrafish larvae in a 24-well plate before, during and after a single pulse of mild vibratory stimulation. The red dot in the top right hand side of the video frame depicts when the vibration occurs.
Courtesy of Rodrigo J. De Marco, Max Planck Institute for Medical Research, Heidelberg, Germany
Real-time video displaying 6 different arenas, and then the four different zones in each arena. Video courtesy of Ameya Kasture, Thomas Hummel's lab, University of Vienna
How the the integrated features of the Zantiks units facilitate automated experiments
Tracking adults in the MWP
Using an adapted version of the MWP