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21Jan/100

Learning Neutral Buoyancy Scuba Diving Control How To

I have many of the open water skills mastered but as with any thing else try to practice each one to keep my muscle memory fresh in case I need the skill during an emergency.  My next skill I've been trying to polish up on is buoyancy control.  During my first dives my hands flailed a lot, I seemed to either be positive or negative and had trouble hitting the sweet spot.  I think a lot of it was I didn't sit down and think about it until many frustrating dives later.  I've also been logging things I've figured out and tips that may help others which is below:

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15Jan/100

Underwater ROV (Part 2) – Beginning Design.

After a lot of research I finally have enough information to start some design and prototyping.  If you missed the previous post, its located here.  Here is a refresher of my design goals and info about how I plan to accomplish them.

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2Jan/100

Underwater ROV (Part 1) – Ideas and using off the shelf parts.

I was recently reading the public safety diver magazine and noticed the small commercial ROV's listed.  Intrigued I went to each site took a look then noticed the pricing.  They cost thousands if not tens of thousands to procure one.  I thought to myself, what if I just want a simple one to for what I've see as a need?  So I set out to do a quick feasibility study on build a small ROV for use with search and rescue and otherwise just something fun, useful, and inexpensive.

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