MIT develops underwater camera without batteries.
Experts stated they would soon be able to conduct visual studies for longer durations and over greater distances by releasing the camera from a tether attached to a submersible research vehicle.
Researchers have evaluated the underwater camera's ability to capture color photos, images in low-light conditions, and images relayed by sound waves.
The main camera technology, known as Underwater Backscatter Localization, has already been put to the test in an underwater navigation system by MIT researchers.
These types of cameras are more useful for ocian ecosystem monitoring.
The functional camera prototype has undergone satisfactory testing, and researchers say the next stage is to test it in actual environments.
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