Another funny dive picture from Facebook:
Found this picture on Facebook:
Hanging like that, is like doing a safety stop on Thistlegorm in a ‘moderate’ current
Gladly I have never seen anyone’s pants do like that
p.s. I have no clue what the french text is saying.
On the 18th of February I finaly did some Ice Diving.
We did meet with some fellow MKVI Rebrather divers at Knivsåsens stenbrott (Dalby stenbrott) in Sweden to do some diving.
This was the first time I did some Ice Diving, and I did love it.
Thanks to Mikkel, Nico, Rene and Anders for a great day.
Here is a few pictures from the dive site, some of the divers is from another group.
If you wonder why they are lying around on the ice, it was while wating for another group to get up.
Here is a few youtube videos filmed by Submis.
p.s. I know my inflator is leaking, have to get it checked.
Back in January 2011 a Poseidon Discovery MKVI rebreather diver called Submis posted a thread on the www.Rebreatherworld.com forum:
He had found out, what some of the fields in the Rebreather log files did mean, and used Excel to create a graph.
It caught my interested, being a software developer I immediately started to create a program to make it easier to create and compare these graphs.
I would love to get feedback and ideas for further development of the tool. Either post as comments to this post, or better in the above Rebreatherworld thread.
To download the tool, and follow it’s progress, go here:
Here is a few example of the graphs from a dive I did in Sharm el Sheikh last summer, including a screenshot of the User-interface where I Compare PO2 values with the PO2 setpoint.
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