This is Paul Janensch with a Treasure Coast Essay about the new high-tech holographic microscope camera. It’s being developed at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute in Fort Pierce, a division of Florida Atlantic University. The camera will allow researchers to watch microscopic creatures and particles in 3-D and real time in the Indian River Lagoon and other bodies of water. They will able to keep an eye on blue-green algae – where it comes from and how it blooms. The project is funded by a $900,000 federal grant. The camera will weigh 60 to 70 pounds and be about the size of a duffel bag. It could be produced for scientists around the world, with Harbor Branch holding intellectual property rights. Smile, blue-green algae! You’re on holographic microscope camera! I’m Paul Janensch.