Is that a cute little eyeball in your petri dish?

Fellow lab rats, banish the lingering odor of LB broth from your nostrils and imagine how awesome research would be if these little cuties were your model organisms!




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... or are you just happy to see me?

Oh lord- I want one.

It reminds me a little of the many-eyed moss in Laberynth.
you can just barely see it on the left in this scene- there are two patches of it- there's a close up right before this scene, but I couldn't find it online.
They are small patches of eye-stalks made of moss with little eyeballs at the tips that follow the main character's movements.
I always thought if I became absurdly rich that I would like to buy the original moss-puppets.

Anyway, these are great. It would be even cooler if you could find a way to make them blink at random intervals.