Yes, czcz, it's Anubias nana petite, cause they're in front of the plasma. And I'm hoping for the Java fern on the left to fill that side and cover most of the rock.
I have fry since a couple of days ago and they are inside a large net in a box shape in front of the Plasma so I can't use it for a while. And the fish don't like the plasma at all too, unfortunatly.
You see, I spend most of my awake time in front of them... I get attached to them + They don't like the plasma = I don't turn the plasma on
I only turn it on when someone that is interested in having something like it comes around. When I do that, they completely avoid the middle of the tank. If I followed my initial plan of making them used to the images, I'm sure that after some time they would get used to it. The younger fish even try to catch the mouse pointer, hehehe.
It worked great in the first times at the museum because they were too distracted by the people around them and didn't pay any attention to the plasma. Now they're at home.
I don't want to use this tank again for exhibitions. I have another exhibition scheduled for April and I'm not going to use this tank: I'm going to rent another. And this new presentation of the tank is going to be even weirder, lol
Can you imagine a finely detailed miniature home kitchen (real) with sink, stove, fridge, curtains, tables, plates, etc in the middle of the tank surrounded by plants? The virtual film will show industrial kitchen projects... everything to please the customer.