January 27, 2013
Oris Aquis depth gauge dive watch with mechanical depth gauge. Is the “first divers watch which measures depth by allowing water to enter the timepiece.”
June 28, 2011
Stanford researchers have developed a microphone that can be used at any depth in the ocean, even under crushing pressure, and is sensitive to a wide range of sounds, from a whisper in a library to an explosion of TNT. They modeled their device after the extraordinarily acute hearing of orcas.
February 20, 2011
This giant pool is actually used by the Russian Federal Space Agency to train cosmonauts to space walk.