Many of the dangers in recreational diving, including asphyxiation, nitrogen narcosis, and decompression sickness, can be mitigated through a constant display of information. While dive computers and dive watches currently exist to measure depth, oxygen remaining, and a variety of other important measurements, they do not have any way of showing the divers position relative to the surface. This is adequate in most cases, but under instances of nitrogen narcosis where the user becomes disoriented, this information becomes vital. By creating a complimentary device to the dive watch inside a pair of goggles, the danger of nitrogen narcosis is mitigated as well as limiting the dangers of asphyxiation and decompression sickness through a secondary means of display. Specifically by using various sensors to measure time, acceleration, and direction, along with LED’s it becomes possible to provide a constant subtle display of crucial information without distracting the user lowering the risks of a dangerous activity.