Jun

16

The Oceanic VT3 Dive computer not only offers the great features you expect from your dive computer, but has gone to the next level. Once again another innovative product from Oceanic. ScubaBasics is proud to offer it’s series of Scuba Diving Equipment reviews.

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Jun

9

This guy was at about 25m while we were at about 17m. No was taking the video of him when my dive computer started making noise. He seemed to hear it, and looked up towards us, even moving our way… you can see No freaking out when she looks over at me… the camera moves.

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Jun

9

Chill out people! When I uploaded this I didn’t know it was fake! I didn’t even know photoshop exsited! So give me a break I know it’s fake! Watch my other videos then!

GO CKECK OUT WARPNATIC RIGHT NOW!!!
http://www.youtube.com/warpnatic

This is a CRAZY shark picture my friend sent me.

So a family was scuba diving a their son wanted a picture of his parents in their scuba gear. His dad thought his son was worried or scared. But their son gave them the “ok” signal. He swam back to the boat very fast and told his parents there was a huge shark behind them. They didn’t believe him. When they put the picture on their laptop they saw the shark really was behind them. Everyone was ok.

Sorry about the bad footage. When i tape my computer it doesn’t turn out so well.

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Jun

9

Morning all. So I found a chance to upload this episode, don’t think that I’ll be on at the same rate as I was before. I can’t upload that fast anymore, because my computer will become all stupid and gay. Well I finally finished everything with school, until they give us more work to do -.-
Oh man 1 more episode until I can have a bit of a break.
Guess what everyone! Remember the metro people I was talking about a few episodes back? The ones that were grabbing each others es. Well I met one of them! His name is John and mother of jesus he sounds like a queer and dam well looks like one too. It was funny because it was raining and he was running through the rain covering his hair. I just walked out and let my long hair get wet but he sprinted like a little girl trying not to get his hair wet… I’d like to see that guy (or girl) do a man vs wild in the amazon. Hahah he wouldn’t stand a chance. That’s why Bear Grylls is the only guy that can do that stuff. He’s like a god. Anyone seen the Sahara desert episode? He did some pretty cool things in that episode. You won’t see people doing that anywhere else. Also I was watching it with some friends and they were like I’d never do that for the life of me. They seriously wouldn’t? Not even if they were in the sahara for a week, with no food, a pocket knife and about 500mL of water. I doubt that they wouldn’t eat anything that moved. Don’t you ever wonder, like for example open water, two people are stuck in the middle of shark infested waters with scuba diving gear that’s just about to run out of oxygen. They have no food no drinkable water and the currents are taking them further and further. What would you do if you were in situations like that? Think about that for a while.

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Jun

9

This 3D computer animation of the Blue Hole will help you to understand more about its structure.

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Jun

9

We were diving un-guided, dive master tols me to look for a “smile” in the sand that marked the entry to the wall. I didn’t find the entry he spoke of but created my own. This entry was down a crevice, barley wide enough to swim in. Idid not notice the grade of the drop, once I went out over the edge I dropped to get a look at the sponges and huge Black Coral on the wall. My first glance t my computer showed 131′ depth, I had blown my profile big time and was burning my tank up quickly. I rose to appprox. 85′ and continued along the wall.. Very few places have the sheer walls of the Cayman’s, awsome!

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Jun

9

TRIMIX computer animation (corrected)

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May

26

Cochran dive computer. Video by Ken English. Blogtalkradioguy.com.

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May

24

Since my Suunto Spyder was stolen during eco diving in Croatia, I decided to get me a new dive-comp. Here You can see what to expect ftom D6

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May

21

This instructional video demonstrates the functionality of the Sealife DC1000 10.0 Megapixel Camera with Underwater Housing.

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May

19

First use of this excellent dive computer during a lovely dive at St Leonards Pier, Victoria, Australia.

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May

16

Aquasub Scuba Diving Centre
http://www.yellowpages.ca/bus/Ontario/Richmond-Hill/Aquasub-Scuba-Diving-Centre/99595.html?AFC-TT2527453564
Ontario’s Leading Dive Centre!

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May

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May

11

Come scuba diving with us in this short video taken today at “9 Beaches” in Bermuda (www.9beaches.com). Sea “sea cow” and “sea cucumber.”

Melanie, from Fantasea Diving (www.fantasea.bm) took my brother-in-law and I on a short dive. We’re now going out to see if we can get a sea cucumber to squirt us. Stay tuned.

Thanks to Robin, the GM of 9Beaches, for letting us borrow this underwater video mask, and for his friends at:
http://www.snorkelpark.com who rent the gear.

http://www.kevinnalts.com

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May

9

After a long and deep dive, patiently awaiting for the dive computer to finish its count down, in a few instances strange behaviors were recorded off the coast of Elba (Italy) on a dive spot called scoglio della triglia.

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May

6

This instructional video by Scuba.com explains the difference between the console and wrist computers. The console computer either comes with an air integrated system or a pressure gauge. The wrist computer will provide the same information as the console without the pressure unless you have a transmitter. If you have a transmitter it will provide you with a digital pressure reading on your wrist computer.

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May

4

(En Español abajo)In February 2006, we chartered a Boat to go diving off Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. I was acting Divemaster, and got a total of 12 divers. The reef we chose was where lies the Boiler Wreck, in the Abu Madafi area.
Since the diving site is on the Windward (West) side of the Reef, boats dropping divers must be careful, especially in rough waters, or else they’ll end up next to the Boiler. Our captain did not come close enough to the reef, since the conditions were pretty rough, and we missed the reef. We ended up in Deep Blue. Our “Plan B” was to go down to 20 mts (66 Ft) and navigate with the compass to find the reef. Then this uninvited guest showed up. It was a Bull Shark, about 9 Ft (3 mts) long; it circled us for about 3 minute, and luckily it was not hungry! Continued…

May

2

“My Abyss” documentary 2004, RTVI

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Apr

30

Google Tech Talks
June 14, 2008

ABSTRACT

Scuba diving is a social activity where divers are encouraged to dive in groups of two or more people. However, humans who are underwater are unable to freely verbally communicate or have an instinct to help them keep track of important information such as time, depth, and direction. Thus, we need ubiquitous systems that can provide information quickly and enable communication between divers. Current dive computers are mainly text based with a small font size and equipped with neither communication nor collaboration support for divers. For this reason, it is obvious that the application of computer supported collaborative work (CSCW) into dive computers is necessary. By interweaving CSCW and ubiquitous technology for critical life support systems, it enables us to develop collaborative dive computers to increase activity-awareness, position-awareness, and safety for divers. Due to the nature of the underwater domain and mobile systems, one of the major challenges is the intermittence in the communication links. These intermittences can be caused by divers swimming at various speeds which cause the devices to be out of range. Because these are life and death situations, these systems must have a high tolerance level. We can apply fault tolerance technique to create a reliable network. Hence, allowing divers to communicate like Nemo. The aforementioned fault tolerant techniques are suitable for a variety of systems, not only underwater critical life support ubiquitous systems. We can also abstract away from this setting and apply it to other ubiquitous mobile systems such as health monitoring.

Speaker: Jennifer Wong,
Jennifer Wong is a M.Sc. Candidate in Computer Science at the University of Victoria. Her research interest includes fault tolerance in mobile collaborative systems and computer science education. She
has been a member of the SPARCS (Solving Problems with Algorithm, Robotics, and ComputerS) outreach research team and is the volunteer coordinator for the Computer Science Volunteer Program.

Slides for this talk are available at http://groups.google.com/group/seattle-scalability-conference

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Apr

28

Another sunny day on the ever reliable Woodpecker. Join Lee and Matt as they dive the deep SS Newholm wreck. sorry about the computer beeps, it was set to go off every time Matts drysuit leaked. lots of delicious scallops for dinner.

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Apr

23

When I did my safty stop, I found a giant clam. It was so beatiful, but it didn’t take long time beaty change to horror

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Mar

28

Suunto D9 Watch with Transmitter (Spring 2009)

Suunto D9 Watch with Transmitter (Spring 2009) – Elastomer – in stock now. The D9 Watchby Suunto:Underwater a diver must monitor several gauges to receive the crucial information about the dive: depth, time, tank pressure, Continued…

Feb

28

Oceanic DataMask HUD (Heads Up Display) Hoseless Nitrox Dive Computer

The DataMask is not just about having a computer in your mask it is about the many practical benefits provided by truly “Hands-Free” diving. The DataMask contains a miniature liquid crystal display (LCD) panel, proprietary Digital Optic System, microprocessor, depth transducer, wireless cylinder pressure receiver, diver replaceable battery, and controlling software. Continued…

Dec

30

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=)I seen the ending, and really, u needed to see all the journeys he went through, before u can see the last chapter that will make u cry.
=)This the last chapter(lat last bit): Long time ago, when Gulitdaion(chinese) is still in human form in his own planet,he had a fight with the boss…. This time, he wanted to die with the boss but xiu ki(chinese)=main character don’t want to leave, then xiu kuai(the not earthling girl) come here to ask xiu ki to go away bask to the station…left.
=)After 1-3 months, one day they all playes ball games in the grass, and when the others asked xiu ki to take back the ball behind the grass, he think about Gulitdaion, ‘I made a promise with him not to cry out because I am strong, but…’
=)Then(this is the good part), xiu ki sadly go back to his room, and…suddenly the Gulitdaion toy on his table, which came out from a light in the computer. he smile, his family called him and opened the dorr, a light came out of the computer, then his brother said,’ Hey, it’s not fair that only big brother can go!’
=)In space(background), Gulitdaion says,’It’s gone na be a long and new journey from now on.’. xiu ki says, ‘yes, and we will be together forever/I will not leave u again.’ (op song)
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Dec

26

Part of a suite of video clips showing how looping techiques used in the creation of movement material for Troika Ranch’s new work “Loop Diver”. Using the software Isadora, Ben Wegman generated a loop structure upon improvised material. From this clip, he learned the phrase as it appears in the final piece. (The original version can be seen in a companion clip on the Troika Ranch YouTube channel at http://youtube.com/troikaranch.)

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