In what sounds like out of a “Dr.” page. The Japanese Twitter user @ni28 xp, Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, has announced the development of a USB drive that uses a small fish as storage space. However, the fish will only be used for design purposes after additional reports have been confirmed.
Ni28 XP is a student of chemistry studying resins at the moment. He noted that this is a handmade USB memory drive that allows you to see different electronic parts connected to a small fish captured in a transparent resin. Of course the small fish is dead, but this technology makes it possible for him to use the small fish as part of his design.