Ever wonder what instant ramen and Gatorade look like going through your body? If your answer to that question is "yes," then rejoice, as your disgusting dreams have come true.
Some background: a media artist and Harvard professor are collaborating on a project to investigate how processed foods affect the human body. To carry out their research, they've developed an ingestible capsule with LED and video recording capabilities. The pill/camera has been dubbed M2A, which delightfully stands for "Mouth to Anus." Below, M2A goes M2A.
Video: M2A: Ramen, Gatorade