(The National Geographic ship M/V Orion at anchor in Lissenung, Papua New Guinea during the TED Mission Blue II expedition. Photo taken by a DJI Inspire drone.)
Maurice Conti “MC” a team mate of mine here at Autodesk in the Office of the CTO wrote a great article that was just published online. The article tells a great story on the importance of the ocean and how Autodesk is helping find ways to preserve and conserve this amazing and valuable resource.
“It was an incredible experience that is shaping Autodesk’s thinking around the future of the ocean and the impact it will have on designers and engineers, particularly in architecture and infrastructure industries.
The ocean’s health is easy to ignore, especially for busy professionals whose work seemingly doesn’t have any direct connection to this vast blue expanse. Yet the very existence of humans on the planet is inextricably linked to the ocean’s health. Without a healthy ocean, people can’t breathe. That’s because half of the Earth’s oxygen comes from plankton.”
Read the entire article: http://lineshapespace.com/ocean-conservation/