Technology

*

#techtuesday: 3D-printed gills, a Rolls-Royce robot cockroach and other stories

Published by

The amphibious garment that could let humans breathe underwater

Royal College of Art graduate Jun Kamei has built a garment that functions like gills, which could allow humans to survive when sea levels rise up and submerge the earth. Called Amphibio, the two-part 3D-printed accessory consists of a gill and a respiratory mask. It is designed to allow humans to completely breathe underwater. Kamei has built a working prototype of Amphibio. Although it currently doesn't produce enough oxygen to sustain human breathing, it is able to successfully extract oxygen

 

This content is for members only

Click below to activate your Free Registration

Get Access

Already a member? Login here

 

Comments

More Technology

*

Technology

Why your small business must invest in cyber security

You'd be forgiven for thinking that, since the internet has been around for such a long time and is used for everything including (and perhaps especially) business, that it's safe to use. And maybe this is why some business owners don’t invest...

Posted by: Click
*

Technology

Get Unlikely Business Lessons from Mailchimp

Email marketing platform Mailchimp has launched a new original video series charting the success and failures of three very different entrepreneurs. Introduced through the company’s new business entertainment platform Mailchimp Presents and...

Posted by: Creativepool Editorial
ad: Date a Creative