This Wrist-Mounted Propeller System Provides Swimmer Propulsion

By: Michael Hemsworth - Dec 6, 2016
References: blog.arduino.cc & geeky-gadgets
This DIY wrist-mounted propeller system is designed to help provide powerful support to swimmers and snorkelers in a way that helps push them to new depths with minimal power.

The underwater swimming system is the design work of PeterSripol of Hawaii and is created by utilizing an Arduino hardware system that has been mounted with underwater propellers. This helps to enable the user to be propelled forward and control the motion via the attached remote controls that ensure optimal levels of desired propulsion.

The wrist-mounted propeller system consists of two T100 thrusters that help to offer the enhanced level of propulsion under the surface. The system would enable users to swim or snorkel with enhanced speed without having to focus so much on their own physical abilities.