3D printed garment could enable humans to breathe underwater

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The 3D printed garment could enable humans to 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 from water, and release carbon dioxide back in – meaning it has the potential to be used for breathing.
This design is for saving humanity.
I don’t know how much efficient this, but design will work to make new kind of snorkeling equipment.

Jun Kamei’s amphibious garment could enable humans to breathe underwater



13 thoughts on “3D printed garment could enable humans to breathe underwater

    babl responded:
    WedAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-10-31T21:18:56-07:00 14, 2014 at 9:18 pm


    forresting365 said:
    SunAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-10-21T16:15:56-07:00 14, 2014 at 4:15 pm

    My pleasure! 🙂

    babl responded:
    TueAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-10-16T18:30:02-07:00 14, 2014 at 6:30 pm

    Thank you so much:)

    forresting365 said:
    TueAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-10-16T04:13:46-07:00 14, 2014 at 4:13 am

    WOW! That’s amazing! 🙂

    babl responded:
    SatAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-10-13T08:00:23-07:00 14, 2014 at 8:00 am

    Thank you so much:) Always greatful for nice comments. Comments are motivational for my research.

    T.E.Mark - Author said:
    ThuAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-10-11T20:23:04-07:00 14, 2014 at 8:23 pm

    Fascinating. I think we’ll be reading more and more about 3D printing in the next few years. The technology is astounding. I enjoyed your post.

    babl responded:
    WedAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-09-19T13:41:21-07:00 14, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    Thanks. In future we can have unique designs for ourselves with 3D printing:)

    ParsiCuisine.com said:
    WedAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-09-19T11:48:56-07:00 14, 2014 at 11:48 am

    3D garments will be so good, imagine printing your own!

    Rachana Tripathi said:
    ThuAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-09-06T20:23:36-07:00 14, 2014 at 8:23 pm

    Welcome sir.

    babl responded:
    ThuAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-09-06T20:15:12-07:00 14, 2014 at 8:15 pm

    Thank you:)

    babl responded:
    ThuAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-09-06T20:13:41-07:00 14, 2014 at 8:13 pm

    Thank you so much. We will research more and find out if it will work properly or not. This is in an earlyr stages now:)

    Rachana Tripathi said:
    ThuAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-09-06T19:28:41-07:00 14, 2014 at 7:28 pm

    Thank you very much.

    David & Laura Speer said:
    ThuAmerica/Los_Angeles2018-09-06T19:17:03-07:00 14, 2014 at 7:17 pm

    Hmmm, interesting concept, but I did not read much science behind it. But great concept and with some additional research would be AWESOME if it did work.

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