Cesar Harada and Gabriella Levine rent some motorcycle and venture into Ho Chi Minh city to test the waters of a shockingly polluted river inside the city. They then travel outside of the city for hours with the hopes of finding a “lost” lake. As the sun sets, and after one motorcycle accident, they find the lake and steal the last few minutes of sunshine to sail their newest Protei prototype at dusk. Who would have ever thought that prototyping shape-shifting autonomous robotic drones that clean up waterways could be this challenging. When in Vietnam.
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