How about a ship that can change from floating horizontally to floating vertically? All without spilling a drop of coffee in the ships galley.

the FLoating Instrumentation Platform

FLIP: the FLoating Instrumentation Platform

 See videos of FLIP in action at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography.


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