A product design project to assess the future needs of the Earth-Moon commerce relationship. After studying NASA's Lunar Architecture, I developed a concept product that sought to improve the future impact of tourism-focused lunar explorations.
2030 Lunar Tourism
The concept design imagines a future in which science and tourism hold equal weight in lunar exploration. This wearable tech allows breadth of activity on the lunar surface without the need for permanent or temporary installations. This is a rare time where cost and convenience align in a way that benefits both the environment and the user.
Focus on Sustainability
The big picture of this project is to think of a way to support life on the Moon in a non-exploitative manner. A life cycle analysis of the original benchmark and the final product was conducted to understand the qualitative and quantitative impacts the two have. The analysis uses Okala impact factors as a guide to improve the materials used.
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