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This robot lets pilots touch, feel deep-sea objects without getting wet

03.08.2022 06:48 AM
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This robot lets pilots touch, feel deep-sea objects without getting wet
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This robot lets pilots touch, feel deep-sea objects without getting wet

This humanoid  robot was built by Stanford Robotics to provide a gentle underwater touch. The OceanOneK robot uses a touch feedback system and a 3D camera screen to take the captain to their deep-sea exploration (their areas).

The humanoid robot, made by Stanford, can dive up to one kilometer and manipulate its environment as anyone would.

The current record for the deepest dive by man is just over 1,090 feet (332.32 meters) according to Guinness World Records.



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