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Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, UK, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, USA,
Uruguay, Venezuela, Viet Nam, British Virgin Island, US Virgin Island
This is where you are coming from.
And it makes me wonder .... how did you find out about us? Where You
looking for information regarding a specific dive site? Or where you
looking for a video-game tailored to divers? Or where you looking for
info on a specific dive computer?
And now that you are here, did You find what You were looking for? Are
You planning to stay ? What else should we do to improve our services ?
Drop me an email or PM me on the forum
Alberto Mantovani (aka eDiver)
President & CEO
Prins Willem V
Virtual dive site
I am glad to report that we have released the virtual dive site of the
Prins Willem V; one of the most popular wrecks in Milwaukee.
The Prins Willem V is a 258 Ft. steel freight ship lying on her
starboard side in about 90 ft. of water in Lake Michigan.
She was originally scuttled during her building to prevent capture by
the Nazis and was lifted and finished in the late 1940's. Then, on
October 14, 1954 it collided with the Sinclair VII tearing a hole in
her side causing her to sink. All crew members survived during the
incident thanks to a Coast Guard rescue.
Special thanks to Rick Richter at Silent Helm for providing images and videos for
Product of the Month
One of the new feature you will see in r10
is the Trimix Loading Meter.
As several of You know - and reminded me constantly - in r9 we
considered Helium as "absence of Nitrogen", a good first approximation
from a Nitrogen
Loading point of
view, but not technically correct. So, in r10 we are - finally - taking
Helium into consideration into our new decompression algorithm.
For the inquiring minds, we are using the data presented in Eirk Baker
's "Understanding M-values" paper.
While adding He, we decided to design an improved version of our
current Nitrogen Loading Meter .... and voila', the new Trimix Loading
Meter was born.
With the TLM You can track body absorption of both Nitrogen and Helium
for each of the 16 theoretical compartments. Also, each compartment has
now a new color coding scheme telling you if it is on-gassing or
off-gassing, and if it is OK, in the warning area or in deco.
If you dive Trimix you definitely want to use this tool !
be released early May
| It is
almost time again for a new release .... or at least a partial one.
We are planning to release early May the "r10 candidate" ... what this
mean is that for some time (probably a month) you will have the option
of using either the existing r9, or to download the r10 candidate .....
and help us debugging it.
r10 will have several new features - the biggest one of which, from our
point of view, is the use of the LUA scripting language .... check out
Sandy the Great White Shark for an example of its use :-)
Also, with r10, in addition to Exploring, Learning and Playing we will
now be able to add "MISSIONS" to the simulator .... the first one will
be to rescue a diver entrapped in a wreck ..... what are you waiting
for? The clock is ticking and the diver is running out of air ......
Inc., headquartered in Tustin, Calif.,
is an innovative company developing the leading-edge eDiving® scuba
diving simulator and the DiveComputerTraining service.
enables the user friendly exploration of our oceans by the recreational
computer-assisted SCUBA diving.
simulator is available for free at www.ediving.us
The DiveComputerTraining service is available at
our sponsors, we now have more dive computer contests running.
To participate you need to take the specialty class and to win the dive
computer you need to be the fastest one to complete the class.
Here is a list of open contests:
Oceanic Pro Plus 2 May 31, 2010
Suunto Cobra July 31,
Oceanic Geo 2.0 August 31,
Tusa Zen IQ-900 September
Oceanic Veo 3.0 October 31,
Scubapro Galileo Sol November 30,
Oceanic Veo 1.0
December 31, 2010
Aeris Atomos AI
January 31, 2011
February 28, 2011
Titan Rebreather Contest
This contest is now over and the winner .......
will be announced at Scuba Show 2010.
Meanwhile You can participate in the Guess who is winner of the Titan CCR
The winner will bring home 10,000 Bubble Credits.
practice catching California Spiny lobsters while winning Bubble
Now we have 3 different dive sites where you can capture lobsters, and
we have new winners too.
Here the record holders for the month of March 2010
Best Score: 138, princess, 2,000 BC
Biggest Lobster:2.61Kg / 5.75lb, 1tatman, 1,000 BC
Heaviest Catch: 12.14Kg / 26.70lb, princess, 500 BC
Congratulations to both of them !
But we see
new players challenging princess and 1tatman .... The game is ON!
Check out the website to see your personal
records and the global ones.
Enjoy the game !