iBubble’s scenarios catalog will evolve over time. Currently the scenarios available are:
This scenario starts automatically when the drone is turned on and synchronized with the remote. When this scenario is activated, the drone is on standby. You can then manipulate the drone safely underwater or out of water.
While diving underwater, activate this scenario to immediately stops the drone if needed.
The “Disarmed” scenario must be activated before handling the drone and it is also the scenario to activate in case of emergency or distress situation.
iBubble follows the diver holding the drone’s remote, respecting the distance previously set up in the iBubble App settings. iBubble will always try to stay at the set distance, backing away or moving forward accordingly to the position of the diver.
Come to me
iBubble moves close to the diver, then stops and wait for another command. Activate the “Disarmed” scenario for safety and grab the drone by its handles to manually film the points of interest or move forward in tightest places where the drone could not go using another scenario.
To reactivate the drone, take some distance with the drone and activate another scenario.
Be careful not to hold the drone when it is reactivated.
Each time the drone is reactivated it will emit a sound signal.
iBubble will execute a circle around the diver while keeping it in the center of the frame. When you activate this scenario, it is advised to stay still to get the best effect.
This scenario forces iBubble to stay in place at its current depth while
the diver moves. When this scenario is activated, the drone remains at its current depth
whether the diver is moving or not. The drone will continue to look in the direction of the diver allowing you to take a stable, panoramic view.
Be careful not to get too far from iBubble, as it may lose the transmitter’s signal and rise to the surface.
iBubble goes to the surface automatically and stay 50 cm under the surface in standby waiting for another command.
Always keep an eye on the drone as it can get carried away by the swell.
The “Buddy L” or “Buddy R” scenario are replacing the “Lead” scenario.
iBubble will come at your Right or Left looking forward to dive with you like a dive partner and will film ahead the diver.
It is best to always start a “Buddy” scenario after the “Follow” scenario.
iBubble will come perpendicularly to the diver on his Left or Right side looking at the diver. During Side scenario the moving speed is slower than other scenario, so you need to adapt your speed accordingly to ensure iBubble to follow you and remain at your height.
It is best to always start a “Side” scenario after the “Follow” scenario.
Activate first the ”Come to me” scenario for iBubble to come next to you. Then activate “Ride” scenario, the drone will wait few seconds for you to grab its handles and will start to carry you around like a sea scooter. Stop the “Ride” scenario by rotating the drone by 180 on itself.
Be careful while using this scenario.
Check before your air stock and adapt the depth accordingly.
Do not to place your hands too close to the propellers.
In case of any trouble release the drone’s handles, it will stop after few seconds and will disarm.