The sensory organs of insects are even weirder than you thoughtAnnalee Newitz1/23/12 10:20amFiled to: under the microscopebiologyBiomimesismaterials scienceTechnologyChris formanUniversity of CambridgeScienceScitweetFb4EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalink Flies and beetles sense the world using organs that humans only dream of. In this gorgeous microscopy video, University of Cambridge materials scientist Chris Forman explains what the foot of a fruitfly and the antenna of a beetle have in common with your nose and hands.AdvertisementYou can see more of Forman's microscopy images via Flickr, and learn more about his research at Cambridge University.This is the second in a series of videos called Under the Microscope, which io9 is posting in partnership with scientists at University of Cambridge. Under the Microscope is a collection of videos that capture glimpses of the natural and artificial world in stunning close-up. They will be released every Monday and Thursday for the next couple of months, and you can see the whole series here.AdvertisementThanks to Dr Bill O'Neill and Dr Paul Barker. Music by Joe Snape.