The ability to change the behavior of the object is key to understanding the physiological and chemical foundations of homeostasis.
The path of the fish swimming in fish tank is a result of homeostasis of this exact fish. Patterns of behaviour defined by evolutionary process. In real experiments hours of observations by highly qualified experts are required to identify this patterns.
New types of behavioural patterns emerge when a fish is exposed to a psychoactive compound. Fish change its path, activity, speed, even fin micromovements. To interpret this behavioural change is a challenging task for an expert.
Our solution automates behavior analysis allowing us to process a much larger volume of experimental data.