Sunday, December 4, 2011
If you are keen to collect way too much data from the real world as you develop the oceans of your world then you are in luck. Liquid Robotics has launched a Pacific Ocean probing robot that will gather "huge amounts of data -- 2.25 million data points on on salinity, water temperature, waves, weather, fluorescence, and dissolved oxygen, to be exact -- and making it available in real time to anyone interested. Researchers and even kids in classrooms can follow along." Check out more of the story at TerrHugger.com here!