1. Bawden Rocks Underwater Footage - St Agnes, Cornwall


    from SubLittoral Films / Added

    This is a low quality upload of the film for speed of uploading. It was filmed using a Bowtech camera transmitting up a cable to an A/D converter into a laptop running Cyberlink Director. The first…

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    • Light the Ocean - deep diving sperm whale


      from 422 South / Added

      Only when you turn the water crystal clear can you appreciate the depths to which sperm whales are capable of diving - effectively while holding their breath ! Created using Maya and Terragen.

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      • Drain the Great Lakes - Edmund Fitzgerald 02


        from 422 South / Added

        Closer showing the configuration of the ships broken hull. Based on marine survey and underwater photography

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        • Tiny worm pellets


          from Cambridge University / Added

          591 Plays / / 0 Comments

          Matthew Kuo tells us how tiny worm faecal pellets affect how oil pipelines sit on the seabed. Check out the rest of the series here: www.vimeo.com/channels/micro Matthew Kuo: “I have a research…

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          • Fuel For Thought: In the Beginning


            from IOGA of New York / Added

            154 Plays / / 0 Comments

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            • Untitled


              from Bernadette MUSSET / Added

              14 Plays / / 0 Comments

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              • In Drops visualized by Light Troupe


                from Josh Fitz / Added

                140 Plays / / 0 Comments

                A quick and dirty visual-version of Snfkn's song In Drops from the Sea Bed album. A better version will likely follow... This was drawn together by Ian and myself... LightTroupe.com

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