Lead image "La Jolla and the Blue Waves" by Kevin Baird is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
I'm working on this in New Orleans. Maritime shipping is a huge industry here and we're hoping that this sensor can make it safer. This can be used by boaters in these locations:
- Mississippi River
- Lake Ponchatrain
- Gulf of Mexico
Goals and Motivations
Our goal is to make a underwater sensor that can detect bioluminescence. Concerned about safety of shipping and want to develop an interesting way to view the ocean.
People who are involved
What are we working on now:
We are just getting started. We're working to develop a sensor. First steps include: - Decide parts - Develop code - Build it - Create a way to test it
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|what are the best light sensors?||@omarion||about 1 year ago||1||4|
|Can we use an arduino to run a photodiode and interference filter to detect bioluminescence?||@omarion||about 1 year ago||1||4|
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