Artists run an electronic sound system using their own blood
Taking one's own blood as an energy source to operate an electronic sound system is a strange creative work of an international artist.
A Russian artist named Vto created an electronic sound system that was operated with an unusual technology. It is one of his latest technology art projects that is receiving the attention of the scientific community.
Most recently, he built an electronic audio system project called Until I Die (by translating until I die) by allowing the system to operate with energy from his own blood. .
His blood source is transformed into energy like electrolyte liquid with metals like aluminum, copper in the blood that can generate energy.
However, this power source cannot match the 1,000mAh phone battery as we know it, but according to the artist, this source of blood power can power a synth module and speaker system. Electronic sound works for about 8 hours.
For this study, the artist did not stop collecting his blood with 1.2 gallons of blood for 18 months. Blood samples must be filled with electrolytic devices and it is important to maintain them continuously to prevent blood clotting or deterioration.
Talking about this strange technology, Russian artist Vto describes this source of blood energy as a multimedia fluid, not only providing life for himself but it can operate in another environment. , Other devices. This is very similar to the philosophy as well as the science of blood.
'Transmitting blood from one body to another or another environment is a metaphysical act and you are sharing that with the surrounding world' - the artist shared.
Whether or not this technology is available on shelves, technology stores for sale in the future, but this odd work says one thing, the blood in your body is an extremely high energy source. good.
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