TU Delft student Sander van den Berg has created a low-cost, energy-efficient robotic fish that can move through water faster than any other.
The Industrial Design Engineering masters student created the high-speed underwater drone as his graduate project from the Delft University of Technology.
The prototype robot — coloured bright orange like the clown fish from Finding Nemo — swims at a record-breaking 0.85 metres a second.
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