Nemo Underwater Drone
Man can now conquer the skies without ever leaving the ground. With the Nemo Underwater Drone, man can now explore the underwater environments without ever going into the water. The Nemo may be a submarine robotic toy but its technological features make it one of the most advanced consumer drones for underwater adventures.
The Nemo features QAS-Balance stabilization technology to make sure that you get clear and vivid images of the underwater ecosystem. The technology allows for high-quality live-streaming of videos, which you can view using your mobile device. You will need to download and install the Aquarobotman app, however. And for those who want a more immersive submarine experience, the Nemo works well with VR platforms, too.
The waterproof camera integrated into the Nemo submarine is not your usual, run-of-the-mill system. It comes with an amazing 4K UHD resolution running at 30 fps. The 16-megapixel camera also allows for the recording of 1080p Full HD videos at 120 fps. One can also use the camera to take still photos of the submarine environment. The robot already features a 1,000-lumen LED fill lights to take super-sharp and vivid pictures of the deep.
Unlike toy submarines, the Nemo Underwater Drone can dive up to 328 feet at a speed of about 6.6 feet per second. Unfortunately, this is the deepest that Nemo can go because it is the exact same length of its tether cable. Powering the Nemo is a C-Hyper Helix rechargeable battery that can last up to 3 hours underwater. Of course, if you’re looking for an extended adventure in the deep, then you have to purchase additional batteries.
The Aquarobotman Nemo Underwater Drone is your submarine equivalent to a top-of-the-line quadcopter drone. It has a fantastic camera system and innovative stabilization for stunning underwater videos and images.