Last Updated on November 17, 2021 by Dan
Diving is a sport that has been around for decades. It’s also one of the most popular sports in the world! There are many inventions out there that have helped divers get better, but these four would make diving much more enjoyable.
Inventions That Could Make Diving More Enjoyable
1) Air bubbles: For those who don’t want to wait until our technological progress catches up on suit-less deep breathing, air bubbles could provide continuous breathable oxygen as you go deeper rather than coming up for every ascent. This means less risk of frostbite or hypothermia while still allowing full use of your lungs. These air bubbles would be spread throughout an area and will provide people with oxygen when they need it to dive deeper without coming up for air. This way, you can go as deep as you want without exhausting yourself or running out on breathable oxygen.
2) Diving suits: This invention will allow your body to stay warm while underwater and not just your extremities – this means less risk of frostbite or hypothermia! The suit itself will be made out of a material that is waterproof and insulated.
3) Flavored air in your dive tanks: This is for those who have a hard time remembering which gas they are using. With flavored air in the cylinders, it will be easier to distinguish whether you’re breathing compressed air or nitrox at any given moment and you can experience tantalizing taste bud sensations as you explore a reef.
4) Artificial gills : These would allow divers to remain submerged underwater for longer periods of time without having to worry about running out on breathable oxygen.
I think the most important invention that could be created is probably an artificial gill because it will allow divers to stay underwater for a much, much longer amount of time. The technology already exists – so all we need now are scientists who want to pursue this project and make it happen!
Real Diving Patents
Here are some real diving inventions from our past and posters of the patents applied for.