Night Surfing at Wavegarden

Is nighttime surfing set to become a reality?

Could mainstream night surfing soon be a reality? Wavegarden has completed the first of several tests related to improving the surfing experience, focusing on surfing at nighttime through the use of state-of-the-art lighting equipment and techniques. By strategically placing lights underwater, researchers were able to create a nighttime surfing experience unlike those of the past, and the video footage is fascinating. What do you think? Is this the future of surfing?

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