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Powervision Power Ray
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Powervision Power Ray

The FAA may have a say in how high and far you can fly your drone, but Powervision found a loophole — by taking things underwater. The Power Ray is designed to cruise underwater down to 30 meters deep and capture 4K video along the way from a front-facing camera, assisted by a pair of brilliant headlights. Besides escorting scuba divers, the intent of the Ray is actually as an angler’s assistant: Tucked beneath its chin is a sonar fish-finder module that sends word where Nemo and his friends are hiding. Control and steering is managed via a set of live-view goggles that connect to Ray via a 100-foot-long tether and steer it whichever direction you look (wireless signals don’t work underwater). For serious cheats, flip on the headlights to draw attention, and the Ray can actually hold your line and be pushed into range of fish, so you get a bait’s eye view of the action when your fish strikes. (powervision.me)