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VideoRay Educational ROVs

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The VideoRay ROV brings a seldom seen underwater world alive in a unique and educational manner to elementary school children and postdoctoral achievers alike.  Inexpensive and highly attainable basic VideoRay ROV systems can spark wonder in today's youth and foster careers in marine biology, archaeology, robotics, electrical engineering, and a dozen other exciting and rewarding professions.  For those in advanced educational roles, VideoRay University Kits and open source software development kits can provide the foundation for extraordinary innovations in marine technology.

VideoRay believes in the educational potential of our products and strives to promote the advancement of marine technology worldwide.  Through grant writing assistance, we have helped countless educational institutions attain an ROV platform from which to build off. 

For smaller schools and younger students, the Scout or Explorer ROV system is all you need at an attainable price point.

VideoRay ROVs also offer a unique and entertaining public display installation for aquariums and museums.  VideoRays have been placed in permanent roles in a number of facilities and have moved around the world in traveling exhibits.  We have assisted with custom aquarium installations such as the Reefbot exhibit at the PPG Aquarium in Pittsburgh where visitors can fly the custom Pro 4 ROV, snap HD images of the marine life (and receive a souvenir printout), and learn about the marine life through recognition software.  We have done remote piloting over the Internet for a beer company promotion, had coin-operated installations in Singapore, and have had a permanent home in the volcanic aquarium in Hawaii's Bishop Museum for more than a decade now.

SPECIFIC EDUCATIONAL INTERESTS:

Public Display / Museum Installation

University & Academic Research

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VideoRay Research & Development Director Marcus Kolb spent 3 months in Antarctica with a VideoRay ROV studying the benthic environment under the thick sea ice.

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