Quest Smartphone-Controlled Robot Submarine

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

RC cars have been taken to a new level in recent years thanks to smartphone apps, and now those same technologies are being applied to the world of RC submersibles as well.

Quest is a robot submarine that can be controlled by either smartphones or tablets, thanks to the integrated app. A built-in central propulsion system lets you control the depth of the device, while a rear propellor lets you move forward in any body of water, from your backyard pool to the beach. The front of the submarine has been outfitted with a high-resolution LED supported camera that will display the underwater views directly onto your mobile device, letting you explore the depths of the swimming pool without ever having to get wet. It’s also been equipped with a pair of wheels to explore everything outside of the water as well. Quest is constructed form a durable plastic and silicone to ensure it will last for years to come. [Purchase]

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