Wir haben den Artikel über das Unterwasserhotel ‘Jules Undersea Lodge‘, das ehemalige Unterwasserlabor ‘La Chalupa‘, auf der deutschsprachigen Wikipedia mit allen verfügbaren Informationen ergänzt.Er ist ab sofort hier abrufbar.
The English article for Jules Undersea Lodge (former La Chalupa Undersea Laboratory) is accessible from here.
Image source: Gemeinfrei, Wikimedia (https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3546977)
Der Wikipedia-Artikel über das Unterwasser-Restaurant Ithaa auf den Malediven ist abgeschlossen und online. Hier geht’s zum Artikel.
The Calamar Park Digital Library is updated. There you will find all kind of relevant images, articles, manuals and reports about underwater stations and related subjects. For access contact Mart by mail.
Solar power and an undersea habitat does not seem to fit each other. But in 2012 I had the idea of a device that opens its harvesters only if the conditions are appropriate just like a hibiscus blossom at dawn. I called it a Solar Lily. Continue reading “Solar Lily to power undersea station”
Updated 06.03.2017 – The Digital Data Processing of the station will be of major importance. Beside the conventional functions of the IT systems we should use the opportunity to establish a completely new approach concerning the User Interface (UI) and the system’s interaction with the aquanauts. Continue reading “Undersea Station: Data Processing”
The FlyDive is a transportation system for divers and a brainchild of Christoph Schindler. The Propulsion for this device is generated by pressurized air moving a pair of flexible wings imitating the body of a ray. Continue reading “FlyDive by Schindler Design”
Here is an idea for a porthole where the structure of the underwater station does not allow to install one. For example on the ceiling, where penetrations of the shell should be strictly avoided in order to maintain the integrity of the emergency safety area in the upper part of the living area. The Virtual Porthole would consist of a camera on the exterior of the shell and a TV flat screen on same position inside the habitat. Continue reading “Underwater Station: Virtual Porthole”
We would like to thank all of you for the numerous suggestions, ideas and contributions so far. There are very useful hints and clues among them and we will go on to implement them to the separate chapters and publish them on this website as they come in. Beside we continue holding talks to representatives of various sectors, trying to find out who could have practical use of an undersea station or even invest on them. All of these conversations are positive. Literally all of them regard the idea as stunning, useful and innovative.
However, beside all moral support every project needs to be financed. Therefore, we are still looking for supporters who help us…
- with small financial amounts to keep the project alive,
- with equipment or single components (for example for the urgently needed computer system capable of 3D rendering),
- with higher financial amounts for construction of the first stage
If you would like to become part in a new step of undersea living do not hesitate to contact us. Every support is welcome.
Check out Wikipedia for all information about the history of Underwater Habitats. We just finished the preparation for the same article on the German Wikipedia and will continue to add the results of our investigations there.
Image by Wikimedia Foundation
Nachdem wir uns dazu entschieden haben, alle Studien über bisherige Unterwasserstationen in die deutschsprachige Wikipedia einzupflegen, ist nun der Artikel über Geschichte und Technik von Unterwasserstationen soweit abgeschlossen und dort online. In Zukunft werden noch weitere Infos hinzugefügt.
The Triton is a sort of artificial gill that would extract oxygen from the water for you in an on-demand fashion as you swim, obviating the need for bulky SCUBA gear. Is this really possible? Find the answer on Deep Sea News.
The Tektite habitat was an underwater laboratory which was the home to divers during Tektite I and II programs. The Tektite program was the first scientists-in-the-sea program sponsored nationally. The habitat capsule was placed in Great Lameshur Bay, Saint John, U.S. Virgin Islands in 1969 and again in 1970. Get all information on Wikipedia.
Ich hab’ alle auftreibbaren Informationen zum Habitat Tektite mit den MIssionen Tektite I (1969), Tektite II (1970) und Minitat auf Wikipedia zusammengetragen, wo sie hoffentlich bis in alle Ewigkeiten abrufbar bleiben. Hier geht’s zum Artikel.
As an initiative of IWM (International Watersports Management) we opened the Underwater Sculpture Exhibition Deep Art on 9th September 2005 in the bay of Kiriş 12m below sea level. Ergün Marble Industries financed the transportation from Eastern Anatolia to Antalya. Continue reading ““Deep Art” Underwater Sculptures”
In 2007 we completed the interactive underwater guide for Kemer/Turkey including the regions Antalya City, Beldibi, Göynük, Kemer, Kiriş, Çamyuva, Tekirova (incl. the Environmental Park ‘3 Islands’) and Adrasan. The project was sponsored by ANEX Tour and Club Magic Life and used on various fairs as a promotion tool for the scuba diving tourism. By being programmed in HTML the guide was compatible with all computer systems. Continue reading “Kemer Underwater Guide”