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Thanks to everyone who stopped at the Bogus Batoid/Faux Fish booth at Maker Faire Atlanta 2014 in Decatur to check out our human-powered wet submarines: Bogus Batoid, the mechanical swimming manta ray, and Faux Fish, the mechanical swimming shark. It … Continue reading
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Here you can see both Faux Fish and Bogus Batoid (human-powered submarines) in action. Enjoy!
Featured are Bruce and Martin Plazyk.
We will be taking Bogus Batoid and Faux Fish to Atlanta Maker Faire 2014 on October 4-5 in downtown Decatur. If you are in the area please stop by and say hi.
Both Bogus Batoid and Faux Fish are human-powered submarines designed by Bruce Plazyk and Martin Plazyk.
We had a great time this past Sunday with Bogus Batoid at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. It was fun watching the faces of the people as we told them that Bogus Batoid was a human-powered submarine.
Our next showing will be at Maker Faire Atlanta on the 4th and 5th of October in Decatur, Georgia. We will be bringing Bogus Batoid and/or Faux Fish or Sand Shark to the Faire. See you there! We hope you have an opportunity stop by and say hi.
This coming Sunday, September 7th, Bogus Batoid and team will be making an appearance at the High Museum of Art in Atlanta. If you are in the area please stop by and say hi.
I will be taking one or more of my subs to Maker Faire Atlanta October 4th and 5th. I haven’t decided which one or ones will go but will decide soon. I have to find all of the related parts for each since they were all mixed together in our move to Atlanta. My son Martin, who helped build and pedaled the subs in the International Submarine Races, will be with me to answer any questions.
I hope to see all y’all there.