Friday, August 25, 2017

Terrestrial Shrub Rover

There's been a lot in the news recently about the world's fastest shed, but here's an option for those who want something less speedy and yet still (just about) large enough to count as a garden office. The Terrestrial Shrub Rover is the brainchild of artist Justin Shull - with an artificial evergreen branch exterior on a custom chasis, it measures 76 in x 66 in x 44 in. Here it is in action:

And here's what Justin says about it:
In the spirit of NASA and its forthcoming 2020 lunar expeditions in preparation for colonizing the moon, the Terrestrial Shrub Rover presents the opportunity to explore terrestrial and social environments back on Earth from within a manned, foliage bedecked, solar electric powered rover. (also in development is an unmanned, remotely controlled, webcam version)
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