There was a free experience activity of the Voyager II at Keelung National Marine Science and Technology Museum in 2020 Science Festival

During the 2020 Science Festival, ROV MAKER, the National Keelung Museum of Marine Science and Technology and Keelung Municipal Anle Senior High School cooperated with three parties. Every Sunday afternoon from 2:00 to 4:00 PM, the mechanical fish pond in the museum will provide visitors with free experience. At the scene, students from Anle High School served as primary teachers to provide experience teaching for tourists. The activity lasted until the end of the 11/14 Science Festival.DSC 0600

Keelung Municipal Anle Senior High School recently purchased the ROV Voyager II as a marine education promotion. In order to let Anle High School students have the relevant marine education learning history archives, the VoyagerII experience activity was held to teach tourists how to navigate. Home Number II, and answer questions related to the public.

Before preparing for this event, the ROV MAKER team first shared relevant underwater robot knowledge, development experience and practical operation exercises with Voyager II. Finally, Keelung City Anle High School students prepare relevant introduction materials and conduct teaching exercises.

DSC 0383At the same time, under the guidance of the staff of the National Keelung Museum of Marine Science and Technology, repeatedly practiced the recycling and maintenance of the Voyager II after being suspended and displayed.

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During the event, it attracted the interest of many visitors, especially children. Because Voyager II only needs a laptop and XB360 joystick to operate, and the operation is very intuitive, you can grasp the main points of control in a minute or two.

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The staff of the National Keelung Museum of Marine Science and Technology specially prepared a projector to project the real-time image of Voyager II on the wall, so that the people waiting next to it can immediately experience the real-time experience of underwater exploration.

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