It’s not unusual for our IM3™ (Inuktun Multi-Mission Modular) technology to end up on television, and with this week’s season premiere of History Channel’s Curse of Oak Island, we take the opportunity to highlight how our robotic crawlers and inspection cameras have captured the spotlight...Read More
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While you may recall the appearance of Inuktun’s Spectrum 90™ pan, tilt and zoom (PTZ) inspection camera on the third season of History Channel’s ‘The Curse of Oak Island’, it was the season’s fifth premiere that recently caused a stir with our Spectrum 120HD™ high definition drop camera.Read More
Spotted on the set of History Channel’s Curse of Oak Island, for the third time Tell Tale Productions re-rented Inuktun’s Spectrum 90™ pan, tilt, zoom camera for this year's installment. The camera was commissioned to provide views down risers and drilled holes into the flooded voids below. This time the deep water model was requested as the depth in the area of interest exceeded the 200ft rating of the standard Spectrum 90™ camera.Read More
If you think you may have spotted Inuktun’s Spectrum 90™ pan-tilt-zoom camera while watching the season premiere of History Channel’s television show, The Curse of Oak Island — you’re right. The show’s producers contacted Inuktun directly for a remote visual inspection camera to explore the 235 foot borehole, known as borehole 10- X, to determine whether there was a maze of underground treasure tunnels on Oak Island.Read More