Robots and Water??

iRobot has a new robot (with 2 versions) - the Verro. There's not a chance (at least, right now) that I'd try and submerge my NXT, but maybe this will give someone an idea.


222Doc said…
about 20 years ago the house we owned had a pool. not one to like the never ending job of its cleaning. we bought at that time would be a robotic pool cleaner. it was powered by the suction intake from the pools pump(no electric). the thing worked very well, untill our labrador also descovered a fondness of pool robotics. he pulled it out by its hose and took it apart, one bite at a time.
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