New 3D printers are quite affordable, and that means many inventors have taken it upon themselves to create new gadgets, like CUDA, designed by student Archie O'Brien. This underwater jetpack was designed to help users glide through water weightlessly, and is powered by rechargeable batteries. Its custom flow system allows water to enter an upper valve intake before being pushed through stator fins, which reduce radial flow and enable you to go faster. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
"Smart tech infused in the CUDA warns users when their battery gets too low to return to their base and charge back up. O'Brien plans to add more tech and refine the CUDA before he brings it to market, a time which we await with much anticipation," according to Hi Consumption.