Jump into the water or not? No fill. Just a Triton gill.
. Diver Magazine Article May 2016 By Stephen Weir The Triton - from an on-line sales brochure It is December 2016. You are about to jump into 5 metres of water with a new untested Triton underwater gill in your mouth. What is going to happen after you take that leap of faith? If Triton performs the way its inventor says it will, the scuba-free dive era is here! Triton claims you will be able to swim at a depth of 5m for 45-minutes without needing scuba gear. Your air is processed by the device from the water you are swimming in! Not likely, says the New York City based Tech Insider magazine. They ask is the technology Triton touts more science fiction than fact? Triton is South Korean designer Jeabyun Yeon’s brainchild. He describe it as “a state-of-the-art oxygen respirator, that allows you to breath underwater at a maximum depth of 15ft by utilizing our ‘artificial gills’ technology and liquid oxygen technology.“ It looks like a scuba regulator with side w