A Boise based company has discovered a remotely operated underwater vehicle for aquarium named Live Diver. It lets anyone on the internet to take command of an underwater aquarium vehicle. Live Diver device conceptualized by Reach-In is now installed at the aquarium of Boise and it is operating successfully. A user can log into aquarium website and control mini sub marine in the shark and fish tank. Diverse perspectives of marine life can be enjoyed through the recently discovered underwater vehicle. IPet companion was the flagship application of Reach-In and it lets users play with cats in zoos. Disabled children admitted at Seattle hospital go online and enjoy their time with animals using innovative application IPet companion. It will be distributed to more and more hospitals located all over the length and breadth of USA.
Concept of real time interactive digital technology is utilized in Live Diver and associated applications. Although many zoos and aquariums possess locally controlled equipments, controlling all devices over the web is very rare and it is implemented here in Boise. Primary target of this application is students in schools, colleges and research institutions. They can learn about aquatic animals and marine science with the help of Live Diver, a creative brainchild of Reach-In technocrats. Idea of controlling an entire sub marine using Live Diver seems fantastic and unbelievable.