In 2016, I joined the Lipari Acheo Project for Global Underwater Explorers and the Soprintendenza del Mare of Sicily, cataloguing and mapping the “Capistello Bay” wreck, a greek cargo ship from around 300 BC. An amazing experience. I’m excited to rejoin the project this week.
Boo! Ze Frank narrates a True Facts nature documentary on Frog Fish.
Sometimes my spheres of interest overlap. Meeting Matt Carter at OzTek a couple of years ago, and working with Pim Bongaerts on mesophotic.org introduced me to photogrammetry, and over the past few weeks I’ve been processing some models using 4K video. Selecting useable still frames is tedious at best: manual selection is a non starter, and basic selection with ffmpeg often produces blurred frames. […]
I finally got around to moving my site from Tumblr to WordPress. It seemed like the thing to do. Perhaps I’ll write more, and perhaps not. We’ll see…
I’ve finally released my new gas management program for iPhone & iPod touch. Gas Manager helps you choose and blend custom gas mixes for diving. It includes partial pressure blending (with fudge factors), top off and best mix, as well as MOD, END and EAD calculations. Check it out!
An article I wrote (with fellow GUE diver Nathalie Udo) about our experience with TSRCP in the Philippines has finally been published in the latest issue (12.3) of GUE’s Quest Magazine (available with GUE membership).
In 2011 I’ll be returning to The Thresher Shark Research & Conservation Project for a six month stint as Science Officer. Helping out on an important scientific and community project with some of the greatest people I’ve had the pleasure to meet and work with. I spent the best three months of my life there in 2009. Diving every day, researching sharks and mantas, […]
UPDATE: Air Depth and Depth Gauge are no longer available. Check out Gas Manager on the App Store. I’ve submitted a new version of Depth Gauge to the App Store. Other than being recompiled for OS 2.x backward compatibility, this update brings an enhanced version of Air Depth EAD calculator. The Depth slider’s range is now tied to the MOD of the gas. Version […]
UPDATE: Air Depth and Depth Gauge are no longer available. Check out Gas Manager on the App Store. A little research by Arstechnica revealed that a significant portion of the iPhone community—around 45%—have not yet upgraded to iPhone OS 2.2.1. In light of that, the next release of both Air Depth and Depth Gauge will be compatible with all versions of iPhone OS 2.x.
UPDATE: Depth Gauge is no longer available. Check out Gas Manager on the App Store. Air Depth and Depth Gauge 1.0.1 have finally gone live on the App Store. The biggest change is that both now share a lot of code (in preparation for Depth Gauge 1.1), however the visible changes are: The Nitrogen slider’s visibility is controlled by a new setting: “Show Nitrogen […]