Description:I would like to design a deep water drone that can reach the bottom of a lake. The drone will be roughly 2.5 feet long by 2 feet high by 1/2 foot wide. It will have an infra-red camera in front and a propeller in the back.
Wants:The prototype should reach a depth of 300 ft. It should be able to operate below 32 degrees Fahrenheit for long periods of time. The skin of the prototype needs to be flexible because the inside will be filled with a jelly. The jelly will be taking all the water pressure.
It will also have a backbone with a go pro camera up front and space in the back for a propeller. The prototype will look fish like.
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