That could be used as a disaster relief living pod and be towed by any small car.
And so the minimalist and miniscule recreation camper called FireFly weighing a mere six hundred pounds was conceived, went through a fairly fast incubation period and then forming a company called Taxa and bringing the talents of Brian Black and Evan Twyford on board brought the idea from concept stage to a reality.
There's more about Garret's FireFly here.
It's not a giant leap for man but it is a step in the right direction...
I'm trying to figure out why I don't like it. It has a lot of features that I like, but somehow . . .ReplyDelete
The absence of natural materials like wood makes it rather soulless Sixbears.Delete
Perhaps that's it...
It certainly does have a NASA flavour to it. It'll be interesting to see what happens with it....it could certainly be used in many situations. Aren't we becoming wonderfully innovative!ReplyDelete
I don't know if it's intentional, but the name Firefly has a very distinct Science Fiction connotation.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the link Mr S.Delete
I had no knowledge of Firefly...