Today an interesting project was launched on Kickstarter with the hope of creating the world’s first wireless underwater bionic camera.

Called BIKI, it was launched by a company named Robosea, who unveiled this new camera for recording fish and other objects underwater wirelessly.

It has the ability to do this for up to 90 to 120 minutes at an underwater depth of up to 196, allowing you to capture extreme fish footage from afar.

Check out the video below to take a quick look and be sure to hit up the source link below that to find out more about it and to back the project if you are interested.

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