On December 26, 2004 a devastating tsunami hit the coastline of Southeast Asia killing nearly 230,000 people.
How would we cope with a natural disaster such as this in the western world?
Without the immense infrastructure necessary to allow people to live in high densities we would need autonomous systems that do not rely on imports of fossil fuels for energy or sewage disposal works that deposit dangerous waste elsewhere.
SymBioSystem is a survival suit designed to harness the power of symbiosis. It traps urine within a microfilter filled with bacteria that consumes waste generating heat and a small charge. From this comes light and potable water.