New to OpenROV?
The Ocean Exploration Trust is looking for a fresh team of engineering interns and science communication fellows for their upcoming season 2015. The Trust and their ship the E/V Nautilus will be mapping and exploring new portions of the seafloor this year all while broadcasting the entire operation live. Led by legendary explorer, Dr. Robert Ballard, the team has an exciting season planned in the Gulf of Mexico and Eastern Pacific.
OET's mission is to advance ROV and telepresence technology to explore unknown parts of the seafloor, conducting the highest level research and inspiring the next generation of explorers to pursue…Continue
Posted by Megan Cook on December 17, 2014 at 5:46pm
We've previously done "Developers Calls" on Google Hangouts from time to time for people working on OpenROV (and other ROV projects) to keep in touch and share ideas.
It's been quite a while since our last one, but we'd like to get this going again. To start out, we were planning to set up a small, "kick off Dev Call" tomorrow, Monday the 15th at 2pm PST to get re-oriented with hosting the call and to hear what people would like to talk about.
Obviously this is very short notice, but if you'd be interested in participating, please send me an email at email@example.com, and I'll add you to the hangout list.
Of course, more of these hangouts will be coming soon, so if you can't make it to our call tomorrow, stay tuned for our next one!
It was so awesome getting to meet kids from Summit Academy and introduce them to my OpenROV, and take them on an engaging underwater adventure to meet the Tox-Ick monster (a stormwater outfall) that lurks beneath the waters of Puget Sound and help me survey for Sea Stars!
Posted by DiverLaura on December 14, 2014 at 1:52am