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
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.