fastcompany:

Its solution, called the Hydrolemic system, involves both harvesting more moisture from the air than our current un-modified bodies are capable of, and also doing more to retain the water we have. The company imagines that system would require us to drink .1 cups of water a day.

The Water Bottle Of The Future: A Cyborg System That Keeps You From Needing To Drink

ITT: What they needed on Arrakis.

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