NEW YORK — Ecocapsule offers sustainable, high-tech glamping, Popular Science noted.
Developed by Slovakian firm Nice Architects, the portable living space runs on sun, wind, and rain alone, according to Popular Science.
The 14.5-foot, 1.7-ton pod can serve as a research station, disaster-relief shelter, or remote Airbnb almost anywhere, Popular Science explained. The second-generation version—which is expected to debut this fall and go on sale in 2016 — includes sleeping quarters for two, a kitchenette, a shower, climate control, and even electrical outlets.
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