Drone Under the Sea

Drone development is now increasingly sophisticated. Not only the action in the air, there are even drones that are created to act under the sea, like this one drone.

Named BIKI, an artificial drone company from China, Robosea can be a friend for the traveler who is fond of photographing and enjoying the beauty of the underwater. The shape is also unique, which is made to resemble a fish.

If seen while swimming in the ocean maybe the traveler thinks this is a real fish. When viewed closely, this is not a real fish but a bionic fish robot that is used as an underwater drone.

Drone BIKI is claimed to be the world’s first bionic underwater drone. Looking at the new innovation product funding site, Kickstarter, Thursday (5/25/2017), BIKI helps the traveler to take pictures under the sea more freely.

Turn on BIKI, put in the water and the traveler can manage the movements with easy to use remote control. No need to install waterproof casing first as underwater camera in general.

BIKI is also designed to be able to regulate balance and avoid objects that block their path. Movement is also nimble like a real fish, with a tail that move while swimming.

The ability to record images no doubt. BIKI equipped with 150 degrees wide angle lens, can record 4K video, 32 GB internal memory and battery that can last up to about 2 hours.

BIKI can swim and record images to a depth of 59 meters. Swim too fast, so you can diving with BIKI and capture the exciting moments and natural beauty under the sea.

Traveler who want to try to use BIKI must be patient because it has not been mass produced. Still opened pre-order on the Kickstarter website with prices starting from USD 549