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newtboy says...

Yep. I'm thoroughly impressed. I hope she got lots of spare fish. It won't be nearly as impressive with 1/4 of them nonfunctional, and I would expect them to break regularly.

oritteropo said:

Thanks It works surprisingly well, doesn't it?

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oritteropo says...

Thanks It works surprisingly well, doesn't it?

newtboy said:

So good.
Next I expect them to build a room full of mounted Teddy Ruxpin heads singing choir songs in unison with 4 part harmonies.
*doublepromote a *quality wall treatment. If I'm ever in Chicago, I'm stopping by there.

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newtboy says...

For research purposes, I bet it's invaluable.
For instance, accurately knowing coral colors makes identification possible, and accurately measuring the vibrancy of those colors could allow better estimates of reef health.

kir_mokum said:

i'm sure i'm missing something but this seems like a trivial thing to do.

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Payback says...

Possibly trivial, but I'd think doing by hand with no calibration would be tiresome and possibly add in errors. It's still evolutionary if not revolutionary.

kir_mokum said:

i'm sure i'm missing something but this seems like a trivial thing to do.



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