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As a matter of historical documentation, the Company has full, unedited, 3 camera view video (with full real time audio) of the Hyper-Sub deploying from the dock, transiting, diving, surfacing, and then transiting back to the dock. We did this simply to insure that no one could question what the Hyper-Sub had achieved as well as to inventory additional modifications that would be pursued during Phase II testing (such as mechanical ballast induction for 45 second dive transition times as just one example). Unfortunately, such a video is too long for this application and so we assembled this brief (somewhat rough) video in the hopes that it explains why the Hyper-Sub is so revolutionary. The video segments and photos that you are about to see were taken during our testing period when the Company achieved over 21 dives across a span of only 45 days. As you will see, we treated our Series I vessel like the utility work boat that she is and the interior (representative of a retail application interior) was installed at a later date.
If you ever wanted to know what it was like, both sights and sounds, when the Hyper-Sub was being tested, then this is the video for you! Everyone was “mic’d”. There is no audio dubbing. So, as you see the Hyper-Sub perform, you are hearing the actual sights, sounds and conversations AS THEY WERE OCCURRING. Most of the video is from a single dive though we did take the liberty of occasionally using some footage (with real time audio) from other dives just to insure that the experience of diving a Hyper-Sub was as complete as possible for the viewer. We hope you enjoy this video as much as we do!
The Hyper-Sub is about more than a machine or making a lot of money (though we fully expect to do so). It is a real story about real, everyday, regular people who have the courage to believe that they can achieve the impossible...while risking all to do so.
If you are one who simply enjoys “rockin out” while checking out the Hyper-Sub, then you might just enjoy this video. Yes, the music is a little raw, but then again, so is the Hyper-Sub!