A scientist manages to shrink humans and objects even if it is just for a short amount of time. The method is used to save an agent. A submarine with his crew got injected inside the agent’s body. The goal is to destroy the clot inside the brain of the agent. This cult movie which was shot in 1966 became a source of inspiration to many movies particularly to “Innerspace” and “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids.” It might have also inspired swallowable micro robot surgeons which is one of the health solutions of the future.
This idea, which is also referred to as an advanced age vitalization centrifuge, is based on rejuvenation. According to this idea, it’s possible to prevent aging if we can beat the gravity. The designed mechanism is based upon centrifugal force. Centrifugal force exerts pressure on the old bodies and the patients get rejuvenated.
Human brain produces only one millivolt of electricity, which means any device must have a serious wavelength amplifier feature in order to record sufficient brain waves. This machine was designed to achieve the impossible.
It’s possible to see the first examples of prosthesis use in the middle ages. Great efforts have been made to prevent damaging the status of the heroes injured in the war. The prosthesis was improved by using iron, steel, copper and wood in the Renaissance. The drawing was done by Ambroise Pare in 1564.