NZ junior surfers: doing crazy things in small waves

The country's hottest junior surfing talent zoned in on Gisborne today for the first of five intense days of competition at the National Scholastic Surfing Championships.

Twelve representative teams from all over New Zealand fronted for the event, Makorori Beach the venue, turning on great conditions with 1.0m waves and light winds all day.

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The Seaglass Project - Tuna: back to basics

One of our goals here at GSI is to push the boundaries of surfing craft. We invest a lot into researching and developing news technologies and new experiences for all levels of surfing.

Over the past 18 months we have been working with Tom Wegener and together we would like to invite you to put yourself out there and experience something new... The Seaglass Project - Tuna.

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California Games, 1987: one day, surfing games will be like this

The video game developers say it's hard to model water and liquids, but there have been some major changes and progress should be done in entertainment surfing. Look at the "Uncharted", "Far Cry" or "Heavy Rain" incredible water effects.


So, why haven't we got new surfing video games for new generation of consoles like Xbox 360, PS3 or Wii?SurferToday.com kicked off the debate more than one year ago, here. A petition was launched in order to ignite the video game industry.

In the last few months, two major surf industry brands have unveiled new surfing games for the iPhone and iPad: "Live The Search: The Ultimate Surfing Game" and "Billabong Surf Trip".

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