Having surpassed it’s Kickstarter goal, NEMO, the underwater drone, may be coming to a watering hole near you.
This underwater drone (and competitors like it) seems to be marketed towards two groups: the first are the wannabee Scuba enthusiasts, who don’t want to get wet. The second are those weekend anglers who find fishing too taxing and unpredictable (because sitting in a boat and waiting is already arduous enough).
Had enough of flying drones and ready to take the fun underwater? Check out PowerDolphin. For the angler-enthusiast its a tool to find fish, and, using the recontroled bait release, get the fish to come to you. The extreme sports type can capture up close kite-surfing selfies. Want to channel your inner Hassehoff? Use the remote controlled tow release drop that life preserver in reach of a swimmer in need (also see Lifeguard drone help resume two young swimmers).
Among its features:
- 120 wide angled HD camera
- remote-controlled bait deploy
- Tow-cable that can tote and release life-saving equipment