A suicide machine was presented at a funeral show in Amsterdam.
This machine, looking like a cold-sleep pod, was invented by an Australian euthanasia activist Philip Nitschke and Dutch designer Alexander Bannink. All you have to do is to press the button lying in the pod. Then you will be surrounded by Nitrogen gas which brings you to unconsciousness soon.
The pod called Sarco also equips a virtual reality glasses. You can see a 3D vision for your last sight.
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The machine will be easily created with a 3D printer, according to the inventor. They claim that suicide itself is no more crime, thus taking your life is your right. Not surprisingly, this presentation ignited a broad argument.
To be honest, some people will be relieved by this machine, I think. It would be a little less bad to use it compared to throw your body to the train. By the way, the 3D glasses attached to the machine is nonsense.
The issue is, however, how many people can decide to commit suicide on their sane will. Even if they truly want to kill themselves, their family and neighbors never admit it. Most of us are too weak to accept the will of suicide, I believe. After all, this kind of machine will never be a solution for mitigating the suffering of life.