Underwater robot discovers sea anemones living in ice

Aug 21st, 2014
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A vision-enabled underwater robot deployed by the Antarctic Geological Drilling program found a new species of small sea anemones living in the underside of the Ross Ice Shelf off Antarctica. The robot, which is called the submersible capable of under-Ice navigation and imaging (SCINI), has a vision system consisting of a camera module with a tilting-forward camera and fish-eye lens, forward lights, a fixed-downward camera, downward lights, scaling lasers, and a projection cage.>>>Read more.

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