Meet the MantaDroid. This amazing machine was created by researchers from @nus_singapore, who designed it to look and behave just like a real manta ray. This allows the MantaDroid to be fully disguised among its aquatic surroundings. With a weight of 0.7kg, it is able to swim at a speed of 0.7 metres per second for up to ten hours. What an incredible achievement.  #robotics #aquatics #marinebiology #tech #science #oceans #underwater #sealife #research

  • 12-Dec-2017 07:47:35 AM
  • @j0n5and MantaDroid!
    12-Dec-2017 08:18:12 AM
  • 12-Dec-2017 08:21:40 AM
  • Amaaaaazing
    12-Dec-2017 08:30:37 AM
  • 12-Dec-2017 10:44:38 AM
  • It should pick up some plastic...
    12-Dec-2017 12:36:09 PM
  • You have a lot of cool photos. Keep it up!
    12-Dec-2017 12:44:05 PM
  • 🆒🦈🐳🐋
    12-Dec-2017 13:03:59 PM
  • Wow, amazing!👌
    14-Dec-2017 09:43:09 AM
  • Wow..robotics is moving so fast nowadays!
    14-Dec-2017 13:15:13 PM
  • How is it being used? Filming?
    14-Dec-2017 13:17:38 PM
  • @bradyglobal yes! It’s used for underwater surveillance and marine biodiversity studies
    16-Dec-2017 16:03:27 PM
  • we like it 😁
    16-Dec-2017 17:30:48 PM
  • Make a slow-no. Add music m. You have a winner
    18-Dec-2017 20:36:00 PM
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