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Rare Oarfish spotted on GBR
Snorkelers had a once-in-a-lifetime experience on the Great Barrier Reef last year, spotting a juvenile oarfish, about 1m to 2m long. Oarfish are rarely found in shallow waters, maybe because they need space to turn around? They are possibly the world’s longest bony fish and can grow up to 8m in length! Full article at: …
ROV video game in development
Does this announcement mean that ROVs are now main-stream? Game developer Actrio Studio is developing an ROV adventure game called The Great Ocean: Full article: AdventureGamers.com 01may23
ROV discovers underwater mud volcano
Scientists with with Advancing Knowledge of Methane in the Arctic (AKMA) discovered an underwater mud volcano in Norwegian waters using ROV Aurora from research vessel Kronprins Haakon: Found at a depth of ~400m (1300ft), this underwater mud volcano erupted from within another older crater, that supports a vibrant ecosystem including anemones, sponges, corals, sea stars, …
Need to send live underwater images to Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) anywhere in the world? Want to share your underwater adventure live with students in their classrooms?
We can set-up live-streaming from a BlueROV2 or Fifish V6 into your preferred webinar or meeting platform (Webex, Zoom or Google Hangouts).
Example here: Remote control of ROV from Starlight Express Room
Contact us for more information or for a quote
Manoeuvre an ROV with just one hand!
Our world-first, remote controller plugs into your topside computer via USB and allows full movement control of your underwater ROV in one-hand. Gently push, twist and/or roll the orb in the direction that you want your vehicle to move: ascend/descend, yaw, pitch, roll, strafe, or forward/reverse.
Buttons can be mapped in QGC to your personal preference to control other functions, like LED brightness, control mode, arm/disarm, etc.
Operates smoothly in four degrees-of-freedom (4DoF) for the BlueROV2 and is capable of six degrees-of-freedom (6DoF) for the BlueROV2 Heavy configuration with custom QGC software.