What if the public perception of bacteria that surrounds us is shifted to something that can be beneficial for our health? What would be the economic and cultural impact, if we wouldn’t any longer need medical treatment but each other’s bacteria in order to stay healthy, and how would this change our relation to each other’s microbiome?
 
In 2050 health will become even more important – to keep people productive and increase economic efficiency.
Every room in a building has its own microbiome dependent on the person and activity going on inside. By collecting your personal bacteria flora and feeding it into a network which works as a distribution system throughout the entire building, you are contributing and supplying your personal bacteria to others and vice versa.
Through the spreading of small doses of the collected and evaluated bacteria your immune system is triggered constantly to produce antibodies. These are proteins, which are able to protect your body from harmful pathogens.