AquaTablet: The Underwater Robot
Posted on October 15, 2010AQUATablet is a remote-controlled robot that can receive and carry out commands while underwater. The robot interaction device is designed to be operated by a diver. The diver can be tethered to the underwater bot or in visual contact with the bot. Water interferes with radio signals, so the developers created a unique way to communicate by using the bot's cameras.
The Daily Mail reports that the divers can program the tablet to display barcode-like tags on-screen. The robot's on-board camera can scan these tags to receive and carry out commands.
Here is a video of the AquaTablet in action. Take a look:
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