David Lang: How Can We Open Source Exploring Our Oceans? David Lang became an amateur oceanographer by getting a network of ocean lovers to team up and build open source, low-cost underwater explorers.
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How Can We Open Source Exploring Our Oceans?

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How Can We Open Source Exploring Our Oceans?

How Can We Open Source Exploring Our Oceans?

How Can We Open Source Exploring Our Oceans?

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Part 5 of the TED Radio Hour episode Open Source World

About David Lang's TED Talk

David Lang became an amateur oceanographer by getting a network of ocean lovers to team up and build open source, low-cost underwater explorers.

About David Lang

David Lang is the co-founder of OpenROV, a community of citizen ocean explorers who build small remote-operated underwater robots. Lang is also the author of Zero to Maker and a 2013 TED Fellow.