BIKI is the world’s first underwater robotic fish. The underwater drone is designed to capture amazing and high-quality footage without any operation on your part.
BIKI the robotic fish has a powerful onboard camera capable of capturing photos and videos in 4K. It comes with a 124° wide-angle lens, and 32 GB of internal memory. The wireless underwater photography drone is also equipped with 2*307 lumen lights.
It’s lightweight at 1.1 kg (2.4 pounds) and uses a bionic fishtail-driven design to reach speeds up to 1.12 mph. It is so compact at 10.47-inch long, 4.17-inch width, and 5.83-high you can pack in your suitcase.
The BIKI robot is not exactly a deep-sea denizen, for it can only go as far as 196 feet into the underwater world. It is built to last with resistance-to-weathering glass fiber. BIKI has a tough built. It will remain in perfect condition, even in a corrosive offshore environment or under long-term sunlight. Its batteries are very impressive, allowing 150 minutes of running time.
One can operate this underwater robotic fish drone through a smartphone app which allows you to design your route.
The wireless underwater drone is currently in the development stage but promises a slew of interesting features. The BIKI underwater robotic fish is developed is the company Robosea.
BIKI the underwater drone is quite similar to iBubble drone camera from 2015. The brainchild of free diver Kevin Delfour and tech enthusiast Xavier Spengler, iBubble is the world’s first autonomous and wireless underwater camera. Free from heavy video equipment, scuba divers and swimmers can simply enjoy in the deep, while silently capturing their submarine journey.
The latest trend in the world of drones is underwater photography drones that can dive within the deep sea. These gadgets are the ultimate companion for scuba diving and underwater photography. The best of all – they come at an affordable price!
BIKI the underwater drone
Battery Life: 150 minutes
Camera: 4K at 30fps; 124° Wide-Angle Lens; 2*307 lumen lights
Weight: 1.1 kg (2.4 pounds)
Max Depth: 196 feet
Autonomous Mode: Yes
Manual Mode: Yes
Wireless Transmission: Yes
Video-shooting mode: 80-150 Min