The most amazing part of BIKI is the use of bionic design, just like a machinery fish swing the tail in the water. Even during high-speed motion or in darkness, BIKI is capable of shooting clear and stable footage by using the built-in HD camera and anti-shake camera gimbal.
BIKI, the world’s first bionic wireless robot fish is now on KICKSTARTER.
The UAV is already a high-tech product that everyone knows. It can be applied to use in many fields. But we have to admit that, when we are talking about the UAV, the first impression of most people is the ones that fly over the sky, and most of the so-called UAVs or drones that sold on the market are belong to this type. In fact, in addition to fly in the sky, it would be great if the drones can work underwater as well. After all, the underwater world contains unlimited mystery and worth discovering. Thus, if there comes an underwater drone, it would be much more interesting than just flying the ordinary ones.
BIKI is the world’s first bionic underwater drone that is also the only underwater robot featuring automated balance, obstacle avoidance, and return to base.
With the built-in 4K camera, BIKI presents you with the best view from underwater. Through this intelligent robot fish, you can visualize the underwater world from a completely new perspective. BIKI is not only an almighty underwater drone but also a robot pet full of emotions. Now, just tell BIKI what you want to do!
Enjoy diving? What about swimming with BIKI to see the underwater wonderland. You can swim with the camera for 90-120 minutes and at a depth of up to 196 feet. BIKI can accompany you freely to enjoy in the underwater world.
BIKI’s maximum diving depth can reach to 60 meters, and under this depth you will see the underwater wonderland from a new perspective. And you will find the differences from what we have already known
Even during high-speed motion or in darkness, BIKI is capable of shooting clear and stable footage by using the built-in HD camera and anti-shake camera gimbal.
If you’re worried about the footage stabilization, BIKI stability has been greatly improved through high-definition camera and anti-shake technology, brings you the best quality of the pictures. BIKI is equipped with a 150-degree wide-angle lens, so you won’t let you miss any details of the underwater.
If you dive to the darkness, BIKI also has two 114 lumens LED lights, In this way, you can use the BIKI perspective to see what the real underwater world looks like. BIKI has a storage space of 32 GB, which can save 2.2 hours of 1080 p resolution video,Or 5243 8000000-pixel photos.
BIKI’s design is inspired from the dolphins through the bionic sonar positioning system to determine the environment. So remote operations can be carried out in a wireless control manner. BIKI uses bionics and 55-dB 55 technology to swim underwater like a real fish. And it will not disturb the sea creatures. BIKI, through its own automatic control algorithm, can keep the balance in water, and helps us explore the endless underwater world .No matter how complex the environment is, BIKI can travel quickly in the coral group and avoid obstacles automatically.
At the same time, BIKI can return automatically through the built-in GPS positioning system, so there is no need to worry about the loss of wireless control. BIKI uses the intelligent collision avoidance technology, so even attacked by other underwater animals, it is also able to go back all over. Through wireless networks and sound wave technology, we can easily control BIKI thru mobile devices.
In addition to exploring the unknown, we can use BIKI to monitor the children’s play in the pool and know the situation in real time to prevent accidents from happening. BIKI can also help us record the happy time of family in the water.
At present, BIKI underwater drones have begun to raise public funds on Kickstarter with a total target of $20,000.00 USD. The unit price for early buyers is $599.00 USD. If everything goes well, it is expected to be shipped in September 2017.
If the flying with ordinary drones can not meet your expectations, and you want to explore the unknown sea world, well, try the BIKI.