Canadian company Nuytco Research is developing a futuristic exosuit that will allow divers to safely access depths of up to 1000 feet (305 meters) without suffering the pressure-induced side effects that come with those kinds of depths.
The Exosuit Atmospheric Diving System is technically not classed as a suit at all, but rather a submarine that is shaped like a person. Whatever its classification, it is without doubt a technologically advanced diving toy that any serious -- and wealthy -- dive enthusiast will enjoy.
Once submerged, divers can maneuver using magnetically attached thrusters. The suit can also be fitted with LED lights, an HD camera and sonar. The suit is connected by a 381-meter fiber-optic cable that transmits communication and HD video to the surface.
Unsurprisingly, this kind of technology doesn't come cheap. The exosuit will cost around half a million dollars.
This Exosuit System Lets Divers Safely Access the Dark Ocean Depths
1. Submersible Exosuits - Advancements in technology have allowed divers to explore deeper depths without suffering from pressure-induced side effects.
2. Underwater HD Cameras - HD cameras have allowed divers to capture high-quality footage of their underwater expeditions.
3. Fiber-optic Communication in Deep Sea Diving - Fiber-optic cables have enabled improved communication and video transmission for divers exploring the deep ocean.
1. Marine Exploration - The development of submersible exosuits and other underwater technology is opening new opportunities for the marine exploration industry.
2. Recreational Diving - The availability of advanced diving equipment and technology is creating new opportunities for the recreational diving industry.
3. Underwater Filmmaking - The use of HD cameras and other technology in the underwater filmmaking industry is allowing for the creation of stunning footage previously impossible to capture.