The world has long admired underwater photography, and the thrill of diving with a robot in your hand is well-known.
However, some of the world’s greatest divers, such as divers from the United States, Russia, and Australia, are still wary of the prospect of putting on a mask and diving underwater.
These divers are often reluctant to wear one because of the risk of exposing their eyes.
Now, some researchers are looking into ways to make the diving experience more pleasant.
In the video below, a team of scientists shows off an underwater drone that can capture images of underwater organisms.
While this drone does a great job of capturing images of fish and other organisms, it does have a limited battery life.
To help divers save some battery life, the researchers developed a prototype drone that uses the power of light instead of batteries.
As the video above shows, this prototype drone is able to capture a video of an underwater rockfish while the fish are still in its mouth.
This prototype drone uses the light of light to capture images underwater.
The researchers believe that the technology can be used to capture underwater videos of birds, fish, and even other species, such a sea cucumber, or the coral that grows in the coral reefs.
This is not the first time that researchers have looked into the use of underwater drones.
Earlier this year, researchers from Harvard University, Harvard Medical School, and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration were able to record video of a coral reef in the Philippines, a feat that was also recorded using underwater drones and cameras.