Humans may soon be water-saving cyborgs with Japanese body inserts
Asked to design the water bottle of the future, Tokyo designers Takram instead came up with artificial organs to help the body use water more efficiently for a time when drinking water is more scarce.
Called the Hydrolemic System, the creation uses gadgets to keep one’s body from losing water.
Inserts would go in noses to convert moisture in the air we breath into water, with other inserts at the ends of our renal and digestive systems keep water from leaving by those routes. A collar on our neck helps prevent perspiration by turning our body heat into electricity, so it doesn’t make us perspire, losing precious liquid.
Custom pieces of candy would provide the daily requirement of 32 ml of water, in addition to nutrients.
Count me in.