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For over five years, Teens4Oceans has been working with View into the Blue (formerly Wild Goose Imaging), an underwater imaging and technology company based in Boulder, Colorado, to develop new technologies and establish research sites for bringing live underwater webcams to the public. Students have participated in a number of T4O sponsored trips to various locations around the globe. View into the Blue has allowed students involved with T4O to be part of the engineering process and the development of camera and communication gear. Due to the nature of our remote installations, we sometimes have trouble with consistent internet connectivity and signal strength. We apologize for this inconvenience when it happens and appreciate your patience. A lot goes into keeping these cameras working, and you can learn more about the cameras and the logistics from View Into the Blue Underwater Webcams.

Some of the equipment at Baraka Point was damaged by recent storm activity and is currently being repaired. We apologize that the camera is down currently as a result (Nov 3rd).

 

 

Channel Islands National Park, Anacapa Island, click here

manatee2 Blue Spring State Park, Florida, click here, provided by the amazing people with Save the Manatee.

The Cayman Reef Camera is deployed at the East End of Grand Cayman Island in the Caribbean. It is situated just inside the fringe reef, 952 meters from the dock at Ocean Frontiers Dive Resort. The webcam is solar powered and the video stream is a wireless link from a floating platform. The instrument is a HD54-PTZ-cs2 self-cleaning camera with CleanSweep™. Tours of the reef are scheduled every ten minutes. and the video stream is used for a number of different educational and research purposes. Please visit Teens4Oceans for more information.