Like all other Aquabots, the Aquabot Classic utilizes a highly efficient, reusable filter bag and power driven scrubbing brushes. The robot is capable of filtering unwanted debris as small as 2 microns in size, yet still allows up to 4000 gallons of water to flow through per hour. This results in the removal of sand, silt, hair,metal particles,bacteria, and most algae. In addition, large debris such as acorns, leaves, and twigs, are quickly and permanently removed. This leaves you with a cleaner, healthier and more beautiful pool without clogging up your main filter. An optional mesh filter allows for the quick cleanup of leaves after storms.
Speaking as someone that has won goldfish at local fairs and had to send many to the aquatic afterlife via the porcelain gates and hallowed flush it soon became apparent that this was not an ideal way to adopt pets. Now I am much older and living in London there seems to be fewer landlords allowing pets, even fish, and have such a clause written in to the contract. But, what if you enjoy the calming effect an aquarium of fish has? Well, how about robot fish? How about Aquabots?
|Description||A multitasking sea shooter.|
|Instructions||In Aqua Bots, you are given the role of Captain of an experimental line of submarines that have the ability to be controlled by a single person. Your goal is to complete all 8 levels as efficiently as possible, and to get the highest score you can. Use the AWSD Keys to move the top ship, and the Arrow Keys to move the bottom. Press Space to shoot, P to Pause, and M to mute the music.|
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, ages 8 and up
Ok, so you’ve watched Nanos run around, taken a swim with the Aquabots, and battled with the Spiders: what next? Now it’s time to get into the nuts and bolts of Hexbugs by learning how they work, and building your own! Little builders will explore how the spider-motion is generated as they snap together the 350 pieces, and then it’s time to experiment with their jumbo-sized robot spider by TINKERING WITH ITS ROBOT BRAIN.
Unmanned aerial systems (UAS) get the lion’s share of media coverage, which is just not fair. Hardworking unmanned marine platforms, both surface and subsurface, have a lot to offer in the hydrographic surveying and inspection space. As a big bonus there are no FAA exemptions forms to fill out; nor do they require a pilot’s license. Here are two “aqua bots” that deserve a further look: one above and the other below the waves.