Fish Tank Theme Ps3

Posted By admin On 25/11/21
By Russell [email protected]_Top_10
Fish tank theme ideas

The World’s Top 10 Best Themed Fish Tanks

Each PlayStation®3 journey starts with the ever-evolving XrossMediaBar user interface (“XMB™” for short). But each PS3™ journey is like no other, and this dynamic theme perfectly complements the PS3™ experience, so download it today to customise your XMB™ screen and begin your PS3™ journey. Crafted from aluminum and plastic, this tank can be mounted on your wall and has an easy-to-open top for feeding your fish. For freshwater fish only, this tank requires no pump or filtration. Plus, this fish tank comes with a nautical background and a blue hue for a splash of color. Overall: 14' H x 14' W x 5' D; Overall Product Weight: 2.3lb. A bright and colorful aquarium theme of 4 multi neon fish moving under water. This includes icons, cursors by Debbies Themes and calypso sounds. 800 x 600 resolution. The Aquarium 3 Theme - Re-mastered theme created by Shar of The Penniless Prophet. Lovely colorful under water fish wallpaper. House Themed Aquarium. 9 – Fish Tank House. Now I am all for trying to make a gold fish as happy as I can, with some plants, stones and a touch of theming, but to make them their very own house as a theme is something that I would never do despite how funny it looks. These stunning aquarium backgrounds have been created using some of the most beautiful rock formations from Australia and the united States with our two different methods of manufacturing. They’re perfect for giving your fish tank a truly one-of-a-kind look, for a more distinctive appearance and more engaged fish activity.

There comes a time in life when every parent has to go through something that makes us very proud to be parents. The other day it was my turn. My little boy asked if he could have a gold fish! His very first gold fish! It is a big moment in his life and one that makes me happy to be a his father. So I got onto Swell UK fish tanks and brought a cool Peppa Pig themed aquarium (Because he loves Peppa), but how does it stack up against other themed aquariums? Lets find out….

The World’s Top 10 Best Themed Fish Tanks

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10 – Star Wars: Naboo

Sure it is not so much an Aquarium, more a Sea Monkeys tank, but it is still themed. It looks amazing, but you just know it is not even half as big as you think it is going to be and that can be very disappointing for a child’s first pet tank.

House Themed Aquarium

9 – Fish Tank House

Now I am all for trying to make a gold fish as happy as I can, with some plants, stones and a touch of theming, but to make them their very own house as a theme is something that I would never do despite how funny it looks.

Spongebob Themed Aquarium

8 – Spongebob

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Well in this case it is someone’s fish! I really like this is while you can’t buy it, you could just buy the things a place them inside the tank. But I would maybe check with a Aquarium expert before doing that.

Pirate Themed Aquarium

7 – Pirates

This theme makes perfect sense! With a pirate figurine and a full on ghost ship galleon in the tank as well it looks amazing, but how much would it all cost is the big question! But I am sure not matter what sea life you placed inside of it they would love it!

Donkey Kong Themed Aquarium

6 – Donkey Kong

What I love about this tank is that there is no expensive theming, just great use of some basic tank decorations and a perfectly framed background image! Sometimes it is not all the things you place inside of the tank, but the background theme that gives it the impression of theming. And it does have to be said that this one work really well indeed.

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Bamboo Forest Themed Aquarium

5 – Bamboo Forest

Going for the planted theme tank is a really good option. It not only looks natural, the internal and external ambience of it is worth all the effort alone, let alone how it looks! The only probably I can see here is that some plants can be deadly for certain fish so it would take a lot of know-how or an awful lot of questions to pull it off.

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Doctor Who Themed Fish Tank

4 – Doctor Who

I want this fish tank now! But sadly it is just an idea at the moment but apparently it might well become very real soon. (just not yet) But for any Dr Who fan it would be a great idea and one that I am sure a lot of kids will love as well.

Dagobah Frog Habitat Themed Aquarium

3 – Star Wars: Naboo scene

While being a Star Wars fan I do love this, but sadly given the fact that it is only big enough for up to 2 tadpoles for the price it is a bit of a rip-off! But maybe you could ditch the tadpoles and just buy a squid and call him Admiral Ackbar!

Super Mario Themed Aquarium

2 – Super Mario

This jaw dropping fish tank is sadly a one off, but the good news is that there is a full on making guide if you fancy having a go yourself! But me being a nerd I bet you are all wondering what could possibly be better than this? Well there is just one thing….

Peppa Pig Themed Aquarium

1 – Peppa Pig

Any parent would know why I made this number 1, because to my little boy this is the most grown up, adult thing I have ever let him have. The tank is massive, great value and themed enough to create the illusion of fish in a Peppa pig world and the filter keeps the water crystal clear so he can see his fish. So is it any good? Well to my little boy it was perfect, and the best fish tank in the whole wide world, and that is good enough for me.


Off The Shelf Home Aquaponics System

From 2012-2016 students and I designed, built, and ran an aquaponics system at Jasper Place High School. The aquaponics system was great for a school but way too big and expensive for the average home. The whole project was a fantastic experience, but I’ve been thinking about how to scale its size and design for home use. The goal – to create an elegant, home aquaponics system from a standard fish tank and off the shelf parts for as little money as possible. Here’s are my five design criteria:

  1. Simple

    A DIY home aquaponics system needs to be as simple as possible. The system that I built at the school has a few particular parts – mostly the bell siphon – that took weeks to get right. A home aquaponics system should be straightforward and beautiful. I want something I’d like to show off as well as something functional.

  2. Foolproof

    The last thing anyone needs is dead fish, dead plants, and a flood. Good design is redundant, safe, and reliable. The smart aquaponics builder will ask, “what happens if the power goes out? Will the system implode and make a mess, or will everything survive?”

  3. Affordable

    There’s plenty of pre-packaged aquaponics kits, but they’re often costly. A DIY approach should be affordable and repairable. Replacement parts should be easy to find and simple to use. For this reason, I’ve also decided to build the system with standard fish tanks – the kind you can track down on Kijiji,Craigslist, or Bunz for dirt cheap or free.

  4. Modular and Customizable

    Everyone’s needs are different. A home aquaponics system design ought to be flexible enough to adapt.

  5. Achievable

    What use are home aquaponics plans if they require a master artisan to execute? DIY home aquaponics systems ought to be simple enough for a novice to build but flexible enough to be taken to the next level.

The DIY Home Aquaponics System Design and Build

The Fish Tank

I inherited a 40-gallon fish tank along with some fish, so I decided to use it as my base. I left the tank unaltered but replaced the conventional water filter with the growing bed and medium. As the fish excrete waste into the water, a small pump will periodically cycle it through the grow bed.

Aquaponics Grow Bed/Filter

Designed to rest on top, the grow bed box replaces the existing filtration system. Bacteria in the grow box convert the toxic ammonia in fish waste into nitrate that the plants can access.

I happen to have a lot of 1×8 pine laying around from some of my other projects, so it was an obvious candidate for building the outside frame of the grow bed. For obvious reasons, a wooden grow requires lining with something waterproof. I went with a coroplast insert lined with some pond liner that I picked up in the seasonal section of the hardware store. I’m happy to say that the inner-liner and wooden-outer of the grow bed has held up exceptionally well.

Aquaponics Growing Medium

You can’t use soil in an aquaponics or hydroponics system without creating mud – you need something that drains well and has lots of surface area for ammonia digesting bacteria to grow. Gravel can work, but it’s heavy, so I opted for more expensive but highly effective expanded clay pellets. Expanded Clay pellets are the one item in the build that might be a little harder to track down. Most cities have at least one gardening or hydroponics shop that will carry it, but you can also buy clay pellets online.

Aquaponics Plumbing

There’s are a few different approaches when it comes to plumbing an aquaponics system. The key to any method is providing a healthy mixture of water, nutrients, and oxygen to the roots of the plants. Too much water and the plants drown – too little, and they’ll dry up. I’ve found that a good mixture involves flooding the grow bed for 15 minutes every hour. We can achieve this through bell or U-siphons that automatically cycles water through the beds at regular intervals, but they can be complicated to build and hard to “tune” to the right balance of water and oxygen. To keep things simple, I opted to plug a small submersible pump into a $10 timer set to turn on once an hour for 15 minutes – done. Simple.

Lighting The Aquaponics System

The use of supplemental lighting depends on the location of your system. Mine’s inconveniently tucked away in my basement, so natural light isn’t an option. I opted for two $30 T5 lights – while not as energy efficient as LEDs, they’re much more affordable and available.

Of course, the obvious solution would be to pull the system out of the basement and into some direct sunlight.

Fish Tank Theme Ideas

Maintenance and Growing Food

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The system requires minimal upkeep outside of the daily feeding and care of the fish. I’m pleased that I went with a timer to regulate the cycling of water – the plants seem to love it, and I haven’t had to fiddle with complicated siphon systems.

Adding plants is simple. I picked up some basil from my local grocery store and divided it into small plugs. They took quickly and provided a hefty handful of fresh leaves at least once a week – definitely haven’t bought any basil since turning the system on. I think your best candidates and bang-for-your-buck are leafy herbs. They’re easy to grow in an aquaponic system and are typically super expensive at the grocery store.

Order Details Plans and Turn Your Fish Tank Into A DIY Aquaponics System

Fish Tank Theme Ps3 Controller

If you’re interested in knowing more about this build or would like detailed plans, please send me a message through my contact page.