Finding Nemo!August 14 2014
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Name: Khaled Mohamed
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Most of the people know only few animals which they are seeing in their day to day life or on television. Hardly, few people have got a bit of knowledge about deep sea animals. Nearly all the people are well aware that the most common sea animals are fish. But they don't have any idea about the deep sea creatures which can be seen only in the deepest zone of the sea because they survive at the down part of the sea.
Deep sea contains many amazing beautiful creatures like Nemo,our mission is to explore the red sea deep water to find this amzing creatures and photographing them. We aim to find these wonderful Nemos and take a unique collection of photos to prepare an album then we can present it as a gift to national geographic magazine to publish it for public audience.
The down part of the sea seems extremely cool and dark because sunlight cannot be reach up to the bottom of the sea.
The capabilities of the OpenROV will need to be expanded to meet these extreme conditions. We will provide our OpenROV with a very high efficient waterproof torch light so we can explore the dark deep sea.
With the help of modified OpenROV we will be able to explore the dark deep sea, taking a unique shots for the deep sea amazing creatures.
We hope We could win one of OpenROV so we can take photos for Red sea’s amazing creatures in order that we can create an amazing Album for these creatures to present it as a gift to National Geographic Magazine to publish it in public for all people to enjoy the beauty of this wonderful World.
Diving in Red Sea.
The Red Sea is an oasis in the middle of the desert, a hidden secret that you can only discover if you stick your face in the water. One of the most popular places in the world to dive and snorkel due to the amazing diversity it has to offer, there are many amazing creatures under this large body of water that you might not know about and we are more than happy to share with you.
The sea life in the Red Sea is incredibly diverse. With around 1100 fish species, 40 of which are endemic to the area, over 200 types of corals, 40 different species of star fish, 25 types of sea urchins, over 100 different types of molluscs and 150 species of crustaceans. You think that's impressive, add the 15 species of sharks along with whale sharks, dugongs, turtles, rays and dolphins and that's a pretty impressive line-up. It's full of colour and surprises everywhere you look.
As you can see, the Red Sea is an epic diving adventure and one not to be missed out on. Get away from the touristy areas and experience untouched diving at its best. The main problem is that we have to be trained well for scuba diving, we should have very expensive equipments ,we will enjoy our experience much more if we have OpenROV, which is the best way to see the remote dive sites that not many people visit.
We’re creating this expedition hoping to win an OpenROV kit to use it for photographic, artistic and documentation purposes to support the scientific exploration of the Red sea creatures these creatures too deep for traditional scuba diving and require advanced techniques for exploration.
About Finding Nemo adventure team
We are a group of Egyptian,creative engineering students focused on extreme research,a team of talented robotics fanatics,we love Adventures and adore Photography.
Khaled Mohamed Abdulatif
Mohamed Mamdoh Zaghloul
Please follow along and explore with us. If we should be fortunate enough to win one of these OpenROV kits we promise reporting back What we had learned,Data we gathered and Videos or other media and share them with public audiance.
We will create a great Photo Album of this amazing adventure, present it as a gift to National geographic magazine.
We'll be broadcasting the dive via Youtube and FB