'Dune' Inspired Stillsuit Invented By A Set of YouTubers to Recycle Sweat

Netflix Movie Dune-Inspired Stillsuit Invented By a Set of YouTubers To Recycle Sweat.

A set of scientists who run a YouTube channel dedicated to scientific innovation invented a Stillsuit that recycles sweat. They were inspired by the novel and movie Dune, making this groundbreaking innovation possible. 

This stillsuit is useful in water-scarce environments like deserts. It can recycle both sweat and urine and produce drinkable water. Let’s have a close look at this newly invented Stillsuit.

the Stillsuit they made
The Stillsuit that made by Hacksmith Industries.
Image credits: Hacksmith Industries.

How is it made?

They made a suit covering the whole body, collecting all body fluids including sweat and urine. They used a thermoelectric cooler to make it cool inside the suit. Otherwise, the wearer could not wear it for a longer time. They manage to create a functioning system to collect the urine and sweat from the wearer.

Their team member, Sherk wore the Stillsuit and tested. He drank purified water through a tube. They uploaded that successful Stillsuit testing video to their YouTube channel recently.

Who made it?

Hacksmith Industries is a growing YouTube channel dedicated to engineering research and innovations. They take inspiration from movies, novels, and comics to create real-world prototypes.

The owner of the channel is James Hobson. He quit his engineering job and found his YouTube channel for innovations. Hacksmith team makes mind-blowing innovations inspired by novels following their passion. These guys made the Stillsuit possible in 2024.

Inspiration From Art

“Dune”, the epic sci-fi movie gave the inspiration for this innovation. In that film, there is a desert planet, called ‘Arrakis’ where every water drop is precious. In Arrakis, people wear a fully-body-covered suit called a Stillsuit.

arrakis people in dune
Image credits: Instagram

So, to sum it up

Hacksmith engineers plan to improve this Stillsuit. Scientists state that this can be used in water-scarce environments. In addition to that, environmentalists highly praise this innovative attempt since it helps to conserve limited water resources.   

What do you think?

Written by Piyankara Ganegoda

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I'm Piyankara, a passionate content writer with a keen interest in scientific topics and new innovations. I enjoy exploring the latest advancements and breakthroughs in science, aiming to make complex concepts accessible and engaging for a wide audience.

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