Cancun Ocean Test of PowerEye Underwater Drone
YouTube user WHAT’S INSIDE? FAMILY has released a video of an ocean test of the PowerEye, an innovative underwater robot with ground-breaking features designed to revolutionize freshwater, saltwater, or ice fishing for today’s recreational fishing enthusiasts and casual hobbyists.
The PowerRay robot can dive as deep as 30 meters or 98 feet underwater. The sonar system can detect fish up to 40 meters or 131 feet below the robot, making the total diving depth up to 70 meters or 230 feet with precision up to 10 centimeters or 3.9 inches. The internal Wi-Fi system allows transmission of images and data over distance up to 80 meters or 262 feet. The PowerRay Fishfinder is easy to install to the robot and can be detached as a stand-alone fish-finding device. The PowerRay Fishfinder also includes an internal fish luring light with a hue of blue.
Using the PowerRay Mobile App, users can view real-time transmitted photo or video captured by PowerRay’s integrated 4K UHD camera on any iOS or Android mobile devices, in addition to receiving fish-identifying images, underwater data, and alerts. Users can also view the real-time position of the PowerRay robot, select travel mode, speed, and light setting, and operate the integrated 4K UHD camera functions for underwater photography and videography, all through the PowerRay Mobile App.
PowerRay comes with an optional, remotely operated precision remote bait drop. Users can secure baits and operate the PowerRay robot to deliver the bait precisely to the desired location, monitor and control the entire fishing experience through the real-time viewing in the PowerRay Mobile App.
For users who want an immersive First Person View (FPV) experience, an option to control the robot through a wearable device, or to interact with fish through a fun and engaging gaming experience, PowerRay also supports an optional PowerVision VR Goggle to provide a thrilling underwater view through virtual reality technology. With gravity and gesture recognition capabilities, the PowerVision VR Goggle allows the users to interact with and manipulate the robot under water via head tilting. Users can control left turn, right turn, up, and down.