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These Crazy Bacteria-Filled Spacesuits May Be What Let Us Survive On Other Planets | Co.Exist | ideas + impactIf you want to visit the moons of Jupiter or Saturn someday, you might end up wearing a 3D-printed spacesuit filled with bacteria. Al-Qamar, from the Wanderers collection. Designed by Neri Oxman. In collaboration with Christoph Bader and Dominik Kolb; produced by Stratasys on the Objet500 Connex3 3D Production System

These Crazy Bacteria-Filled Spacesuits May Be What Let Us Survive On Other Planets | Co.Exist | ideas + impactIf you want to visit the moons of Jupiter or Saturn someday, you might end up wearing a 3D-printed spacesuit filled with bacteria. Al-Qamar, from the Wanderers collection. Designed by Neri Oxman. In collaboration with Christoph Bader and Dominik Kolb; produced by Stratasys on the Objet500 Connex3 3D Production System

Wild Biomorphic Spacesuits Designed to Survive Hostile Planets | The Otaared exoskeleton protects against Mercury’s lack of atmosphere by providing an antler-like exoskeleton that safeguards the head against impacts.  Yoram Reshef  | WIRED.com

Wild Biomorphic Spacesuits Designed to Survive Hostile Planets | The Otaared exoskeleton protects against Mercury’s lack of atmosphere by providing an antler-like exoskeleton that safeguards the head against impacts. Yoram Reshef | WIRED.com

Neri Oxman and her team at MIT's Media Lab | 3D printed wearables designed for interplanetary travels—space suits featuring synthetically engineered microorganisms that interact with each planet's extreme conditions, allowing the traveler to obtain food, light, and oxygen.

Neri Oxman and her team at MIT's Media Lab | 3D printed wearables designed for interplanetary travels—space suits featuring synthetically engineered microorganisms that interact with each planet's extreme conditions, allowing the traveler to obtain food, light, and oxygen.

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