You can fish around underwater in this amphibious outfit

Jul 31, 2018, 9:07 AM EDT

In the worst-case scenario when our coastal cities are enveloped in waters, even if that sounds exaggerated, the humans will have a ray of hope to survive the strike of climate change with the help of Jun Kamei’s amphibian garment.

Kamei, a graduate from Royal College of Art, has developed a two-part 3D-printed accessory, called Amphibio, which features a gill and a respiratory mask to allow complete breathing underwater, notes Dezeen.

On the face of it, the garment sounds more outlandish than being of practical use, but a world permanently submerged in water could be an inevitable reality given the constant rise in sea levels, and probably we may then appreciate Kamei’s innovation, Design Indaba.