Company designed (Edge Innovations), An American engineering company in California that has a division of Animation and Special Effects, the remote-controlled robotic dolphin.
The price of a robotic dolphin starts at $ 3 million and goes up to $ 5 million.
The company hopes that the vibrant robots used in Hollywood movies will one day be able to entertain crowds at theme parks, rather than captive wild animals.
Swimmers can dive with the huge robotic white sharks or even the reptiles that populated the Jurassic seas millions of years ago.
Walt Conti, founder and CEO of Edge Innovations, said: There are currently nearly 3,000 dolphins being used to generate several billion dollars for the dolphin experiments alone.
He added: Obviously there is a desire to get to know dolphins, and we want Using this desire to provide a new kind of way to identify these marine creatures.
Conte said vibrant robots could send crowds back into closed parks due to their use of live animals.
About 20 European countries have banned or restricted the presence of wild animals in circuses.
A moving robotic dolphin weighing 250 kg and 2.5 meters in length with leather made of medical-grade silicone is participating in a school program in partnership with TeachKind, part of the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals organization.
Edge Innovations has also created the aquatic creatures used in the hit Hollywood movies “Free Willy”, “Deep Blue Sea” and “Anaconda”.
Roger Holzberg, Creative Director of the company’s Vibrant Robotics Program, said: The idea of this experimental model is to create something similar to the children’s ‘Open Sesame’ underwater program.
He added: These personalities have taught a generation how to feel about different types of aspects of the human race in ways never seen before, and this is what we dream about with this project.
And vibrant, real-time robots provide a way to reinvent the marine entertainment industry with a sustainable, secure and profitable future.
Places of display include aquariums, marine parks, theme parks, fountain shows, cruise lines, resort hotels, shopping malls, museums and more.