Ever wondered what it would be like to attach a GoPro to your fishing line to record all the underwater action on video? It would probably be cool to watch, yet dizzying as the camera freely spins however the water moves it. One of the latest, the GoFish Cam, tries to address this with a little inspiration from the very fish it will be filming.
We've already seen floating fish finders that transmit readings from out on the water, plus we've also seen waterproof quadcopters
... so perhaps it shouldn't be surprising that someone has combined the
two. Created by San Diego-based inventor Daniel Marion, the AguaDrone
can first tell you where the fish are, and then fly your lure to that