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See the underwater drone which track down fish and film it in 4000p

Underwater drone – sounds great for the fishermen out there, and those who will like to take an adventurous fishing step.

PowerVision‘s new underwater drone made this possible. It was unveiled at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) this week, the PowerRay is a submersible robot that uses sonar technology and ‘internal fish luring lights’ to detect and attract fish up to 30 meters under water.

Designed to “redefine recreational fishing,” the drone leverages its powerful ‘fishfinder’ component to track down fish and film it in 4000p Resoluion. The device is also equipped with a Wi-Fi connection which lets you beam video and images captured on its integrated camera straight to your smartphone via its dedicated app for iOS and Android.

What is even more impressive about the PowerRay is that it also supports integration with virtual reality.

PowerVision has built a functionality that allows users to pair the drone with the company’s VR goggles for a more immersive experience. In addition to this, the device registers both “gravity and gestures,” which means you can control the robot by simply moving your head.


 

While the underwater piece of tech is yet to make it to market, it will be available for pre-orders at a yet-to-be-announced price starting this February.

Head to PowerVision’s official site for more details and pictures of the PowerRay.

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