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The Panopticon: a metaphor for the observation beehives.
The IR cameras that we installed inside the broodbox can be compared to the greek god Argus Panoptes, the giant with the 100 eyes.
Over the bee-season, we collected dead bees at the entry of the beehive. We've archived them in an Eppendorfer tube, classified by date. The eppendorfer tubes are sealed and they are stored in a jar filled with honey collected by these bees.