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Chemistry student in Japan introduces flash drive that uses the brain of a small fish

Chemistry student in Japan introduces flash drive that uses the brain of a small fish

  • Japanese student comes up with a USB that stores the memory in a small fish’s brain.
  • The fish brain flash drive can store up to 32gb of memory.

When it comes to the topic of making use of natural resources as a way for technological innovation to come up with new gadgets and devices, this is one of the perfect examples.

A fish brain flash drive!

And no, it’s not a flash drive in the shape of a small brain. It’s a USB that stores its memory using a literally fish brain. The invention is described as having multiple electronic components connected to the brain of a dead fish.

Twitter user ni28_xp is a chemistry student. He said that the USB is completely handmade and it allows you to see the various electronic parts and wires connected to the small fish, which is put inside a transparent container.

The small fish’s brain allows you to store 32gb of memory into its brain.

He clarified that the the fishes are just silver-striped round herrings that he got from their local neighborhood supermarket.

It will be exhibited and sold at the HandMade In Japan Fest 2019 that will happen at the Tokyo Big Sight on January 12.

The fish will literally be drowning in memory.

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