The system is also helpful for undersea movie makers willing to wait to get the perfect shot. It normally has enough battery power and storage to record two hours of footage, but a subsea control module can extend that capture time to eight hours. You can integrate it with robotic vehicles to keep humans far away from the action.
Marine Imaging hasn’t provided a price. It’s safe to presume you won’t be picking up the Hydrus VR for yourself, at any rate. More than likely, you’ll see this used for documentaries, apps and other instances where creators want you to experience the deep sea as if you could touch the coral yourself.