New to OpenROV?
Heads up to our Scandi community members: OpenROV is having a workshop in Oslo in November hosted by MESH and conceived and organized by our truly wonderful OpenROV Ambassador, Christine.
Participants will be building OpenROV kits, working on experimental features, servicing old ROVs, trading adventure stories, and hopefully doing a few dives together. If you live close to Oslo or are interested in spending a few weekends with us please join us. Details at the bottom of the post.
We are OpenROV and we are many.
Finding folks to work on ROVs and go on dives with me is really easy. I live in San Francisco and…Continue
Posted by Zack on October 23, 2014 at 11:55am
"Founded by Dr. Clive Cussler, the National Underwater and Marine Agency (NUMA) is a non-profit, volunteer foundation dedicated to preserving our maritime heritage through the discovery, archaeological survey and conservation of shipwreck artifacts.+
- See http://www.numa.net/
Yep. Interesting site.
"NUMA is a 501c3 non-profit with no full-time staff. The majority of funding (more than 95%) for NUMA comes from royalties from Clive Cussler’s best-selling novels. In order to keep those funds focused on preserving our maritime history, we have devised this page of commonly asked questions and answers to help reduce administrative overhead for NUMA." -- numa.net
I found this site while looking for good candidates for the Dec 13th expedition in the Bay area. Some interesting hits for James River civil war wrecks. I'll post more on that later.
Enjoy the read!
Posted by Jim N. on October 22, 2014 at 6:27am
Hey there, community. Short time ago Dominik introduced to us the Community Hacks section on Dozuki. I wrote up an article on how to build a WiFi enabled Tether Management System so that no cables are hanging from your laptop anymore.
You can check it out here and leave a comment down below and tell me what you think.
Of course if you have any questions don't hestitate to ask me.
Also if you like follow me on my upcoming expedition to…Continue
After an Etube end cap failed on an expedition in Lake Shasta, we decided to conduct an experiment on end cap assembly and methods which we believe might negatively affect the integrity and therefore fail at a lower PSI than expected.
We lost many end caps and Etubes in the process, but we came out of it more knowledgeable about our product!