Vivid-Pix, President & CEO, Rick Voight to Speak at “What’s Next Longevity Innovation Summit” in Washington, DC on December 13

Memory Station One-click Scanning Solution Is Designed Easy-to-Use for Older Adults to Help Them Save Precious Image, Artifact and Voice Memories for Future Generations

December 7, 2023, Savannah, GA – Vivid-Pix, a technology leader specializing in scanning, restoring,...

July Trashy Diver Contest Winners

2014 Winners so far…

 July – Most Amount of Trash
Philip Kaiser from British Columbia, Canada
Eight Divers remove 500 lbs of trash from two
lakes in Whistler, British Columbia.

July – Most Unique Trash
Nathaniel Klumb from Louisiana
Nathaniel single-handedly removed
a Tackling Sled from...

Roddenberry Adventures in partnership with NAUI Green Diver Initiative, and sponsored by TUSA, Blue Steel Scuba, Intova and Vivid-Pix present the 4th annual Trashy Diver Contest.  

We are challenging all outdoor enthusiasts, scuba divers, beach combers, and water lovers alike to collect trash from any aquatic environment, above or below the water, and photograph the results. You could win one of our great monthly prizes or...

Have you noticed that your underwater images aren’t always as sharp as what you are used to seeing topside?  That’s probably because the water scatters the light bouncing off your subject.

If you don’t want to loose any sharpness due to light scattering, you’ll need to capture your photos in a vacuum.  Probably not very practical, and doubtful that your subjects would like it in any...

As Marshall McLuhan said, "The medium is the message."

While I'm not so sure he was talking about underwater photography, the principle is similar.  The medium in which a signal travels influences the information received.  This not only happens underwater, but topside is well.  The sky tends to be blue (where you dive...not here in Rochester, NY, where gray is the dominant color) because of the...

Vivid-Pix, the provider of revolutionary underwater photography enhancement software, announced Save Our Leatherbacks Operation (S.O.L.O.) is the first charity involved with its new non-profit program.

Save Our Leatherbacks Operation (S.O.L.O.), the leading non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the critically endangered Leatherback Turtle, Dermochelys coriacea,.

Read the Press Release here:

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