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Last year, a company called PowerVision made a unique drone called the PowerEgg. The PowerEgg is shaped like an egg and has some cool features that you wouldnt’t find anywhere else. They have just made another drone, and this one is probably even more unique.

Their new product, the PowerRay, will be able to dive 30 meters (98 feet) under the water, which makes it to an underwater drone. The PowerRay will not only be able to record videos and take images under the water, it can also use its Fishfinder to detect fish up to 40 meters (130 feet) below it. The camera has a 4K resolution, but don’t expect a great photo if you use the PowerRay in dark or turbid water. Then, you can view the images or videos in the app for Android and iOS. But to do that, you’ll need to connect your phone to the drone’s WiFi system.

The PowerRay can also send out a special blue light that will lure fish to it. You can also control the robot and make it hold bait in front of it. The light is probably meant to attract the fish to the bait. You can watch videos from the PowerRay with PowerVision’s VR Goggles. The headset will be able to recognize the movement of your head, which means that you can move your head to control the drone.

The price is not revealed yet, but it will probably be expensive because of all the features. If you are a tech-loving fishermen/women, this may be the product you have been looking for! What do you think about this underwater drone? Do you want it? What do you think a reasonable price for this product would be? Leave your comments below!

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Source: | PowerRay |

Via: | Engadget |

Image Credit: | The Tech Portal | DutchCowboys | Top Technical Solutions |

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