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the project provides a new use for the countless nets and nylon threads that pile up on beaches and get lost in the sea. The post ‘RE_DE’ is a lamp made from recycled fishing nets by andré teoman and ana rita pires appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
patterns and colors were directly inspired by a known and respected species of the caribbean marine ecosystem, the parrotfish. The post 52 rusty fishing boats painted to preserve marine biodiversity appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Threatened and endangered albatrosses in the South Atlantic are getting a break as British Antarctic Survey (BAS) seabird ecologist Richard Phillips has received funding to put newly developed radar-detecting tags on the seabirds. The tags show when and where the birds are scanned by ship navigation radar, and could lead to greater protection... Continue Reading Radar tags to monitor albat
As any recreational angler will know, fish can be a finicky bunch – so when you do catch one, it's good to keep a record of the location and conditions which allowed that to happen. Cyberfishing's new Smart Rod Sensor is designed to help you do that... Continue Reading Fishing rod sensor keeps tabs on your catches Category: Outdoors Tags: CES 2019 Fishing Tra
Architecture office Snøhetta has completed the 6,000-square-metre Holmen Industrial Area in a fishing hub in Sortlandssundet, northern Norway. Read more
the project considers its context by creating a simple, yet logistically complex industrial typology. The post snøhetta’s holmen industrial area in norway is a colorful 6,000 sqm fishing facility appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
So-called "ghost" fishing nets are awful things. Lost or forgotten during commercial fishing operations, they can drift in the ocean for years, indiscriminately catching marine life as they do. A newly-invented tag, however, may help keep that from happening... Continue Reading Electronic tags could keep fishing nets from becoming ghosts Category: Environment Tags: Conservatio
you might want to skip the red light district for this. The post amsterdam tourists can combine sightseeing with plastic fishing on the city’s canals appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
According to scientists from the University of Exeter, an estimated 400,000 diving seabirds die annually by getting caught in gill nets intended to catch fish. A new study indicates that the majority of those deaths could be avoided, however, if the nets were to be equipped with inexpensive green LEDs... Continue Reading LEDs cut seabird death toll from fishing by 85 percent Category: Env
"Fishing is probably the most common mini-game in gaming history," writes game dev Davide Aversa. "How can we classify them? Can we create something new?" ... is a social bookmarking place where you can share, find & discuss the best news around on most topics. We focus on hi-tech reviews, gadgets and geekery but we like almost anything that's awesome, appealing and thought-provoking! er6i9ds5mz

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