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 |  Features, Interviews, News

WavePoolMag Photographer Series Episode 3, Dany Taylor of Surf Lakes

Features, Interviews, News

Making salted surf look magnificent, ethereal, moody and mythical is rather easy given that it’s, well, the ocean. Giving something human-made a nature-made aura is one of the biggest challenges in photography. No dolphins, salt spray, Technicolor reefs or random imperfections. Wave pools are just stick-to-the-blueprint trappings of measured water and machine output. But to make them appear natural? That

Making salted surf look magnificent, ethereal, moody and mythical is rather easy given that it’s, well, the ocean. Giving something ...Continue ›


 |  Features, Latest, User Guide

Here’s why paddling in a wave pool can be more difficult than in Mother Ocean

Features, Latest, User Guide

It looks easy, bob around in the deep end until you hear a loud noise and a wave lunges up. It’s all yours. Unlike the ocean, in a surf park there’s no hassling, triangulating a lineup, random timing of sets or duck diving pesky windswell just to make it out the back. While Kelly’s has the ski to ferry you

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early Surf Lakes rendering

 |  Features, Latest

The fascinating world of wave pool renderings with James Biling

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Wave pool digital artist James Biling is either a renaissance man or just totally, completely overcaffeinated (most likely a big mix of both.) We're fairly certain he wore out his phone screen hitting the send button during the making of this piece. He fired off concept-design art, photos of original paintings, schematics of totally new wave technology and even one

Wave pool digital artist James Biling is either a renaissance man or just totally, completely overcaffeinated (most likely a big ...Continue ›


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Options to the current crop of wave pool technologies

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The big names in wave pools technology at the moment are Wavegarden, American Wave Machines Kelly Slater Wave Co. and Surf Lakes. All have working pools with heaps of sessions logged and social clips of surfers going at it. We are stoked. We are having a blast. Now here’s the proverbial Baby Ruth (see video at bottom) in the “we’re

The big names in wave pools technology at the moment are Wavegarden, American Wave Machines Kelly Slater Wave Co. and ...Continue ›


Photo courtesy Okahina

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What if the future of wave pools was pool-less?

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Despite what we’re told via movies and inspirational TedTalks, the best inventions don’t strike us like lightning bolts of divine inspiration. No. Most design progress is the result of prosaic wandering from problem to solution and back again. In between those two points are countless, exhaustive hours of note-taking, testing and a string of expletives. This is the space where

Despite what we’re told via movies and inspirational TedTalks, the best inventions don’t strike us like lightning bolts of divine ...Continue ›