This video shows a polystyrene particle propelled along a microfiber by light, first in the fundamental mode, then in a higher order mode. It is easy to see how much faster the particle zips along in the higher order mode.
OIST held its Open Campus 2015 on February 1st. 5000 people came to join the event and more than 200 OIST staff member greeted the guests. It turned out to be a successful event.
In addition to mathematical models, high speed imaging was used to study morphology or how the wax was taking shape under different conditions.
This is the introduction movie of Open Energy Systems which are installed in 19 OIST faculty houses. Each house is connected with DC cable lines and exchange energy each other.
Here Red particles represent Active agents and green represent Passive agents. The variation in density of the mixture and the strength of the self-motile agents creates vortexes in the fluid space.