It´s just a concept now and I´m sure that the technology isn´t ready yet to realize the tool as presented.
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Posted 19 January 2014 - 05:43 PM
keithisco, on 19 January 2014 - 08:25 AM, said:
I dont know that it could process enough O2 to sustain a human underwater....
a rebreather, having said that, I know of one that fits in a warm water bottle, but I have not seen any that fit in a mask.
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While it does seem quite cool, I don't think it's really as useful as is being promoted.
1) It collects oxygen, not atmosphere. Breathing pure oxygen when submerged is quite dangerous. It would only be useful when used in conjunction with a larger tank of other gases to dilute the oxygen to atmospheric levels.
2) How long does the battery last? If it is being used to power a pump, even a micro-pump, I can't see it as having a very viable charge duration.
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