In what sounds like something out of-of a page of “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde”, Japanese Twitter user @ni28_xp has announced the development of a USB Drive that uses a small fish as storage space. However, after additional reports confirmed, the fish is only being used for design purposes.
Ni28_XP is a chemistry student currently studying resins. He noted that it is a handmade USB memory drive that allows you to see various electronic parts connected to a small fish, which has been captured in a transparent resin. The small fish, of course, is dead, but this technology allows him to utilize the small fish as part of his design.
And don’t worry PETA, the fish used in these USB drives are silver-striped round herrings that came from the local neighborhood supermarket, and were already destined to become future meals for people.
— ニケルxpは1/12,13HMJ両日【E-8】 (@ni28_xp) 28. Dezember 2018