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If you want to find Nemo, you may need SoFi, the robotic fishWhen exploring marine environments, underwater robots tend to be a bull trout in a china shop, disturbing marine life with their bulk and disruptive propulsion. Scientists said on Wednesday they have created a remote-controlled robot that swims quietly through coral reefs and schools of fish and uses a fisheye lens, of course, to capture high-resolution photos and video with a camera built into its nose.SoFi, built with a generic fish design, is white, weighs less than 4 pounds (1.6 kg) and is about 18 inches (47 cm) long.The untethered robot navigates for up to 40 minutes at depths reaching almost 60 feet (18 meters).
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