Like us, the ocean is changing. And, like us, the earth’s vast oceans seem at a distance to be stable and undiversified. However below the mask of solidity that both we and the ocean wear, there lies unpredictability, sensitivity, and power. there’s a lot of we can learn from the ocean, representative as it is of our inner landscapes. The rough sounds of the sea’s waves are spiritually soothing, and its salt may purify our physical selves. however not everybody has the posh of living by the shore or maybe visiting the coastlines where water and land meet. But nowadays something from the future has just showed up, Jet Capsule, the floating home that can make you possible to live totally independent even in the middle of the ocean.
How would you feel performing your meditations in the middle of the wide ocean? Listening the real waves of the ocean on your background purifying your energy.
Dubbed the UFO, for its resemblance to what we think of as an extraterrestrial spacecraft, the recently unveiled concept consists of a 40-foot, saucer-shaped platform, with a spherical cabin at its center. The outer terrace can be used for a variety of activities, ranging from walking to riding a bicycle around the floating structure. The upper half of the central cabin, which is 7.2 feet in height (so NBA players might need to find a different mode of living on the water), serves as the kitchen, living room, and dining room. Stairs lead to the lower half of the dwelling (also 7.2 feet deep), which contains a bedroom and bathroom, with the addition of a wraparound window offering views of the underwater scenery.
To power the “UFO,” generators attached to the bottom of the structure harness the energy of moving water currents, while wind turbines and solar panels situated above the water collect energy from the wind and sun. This power is transferred to a central battery that is housed below the cabin. When residents in the floating home decide to stay in one spot, an electric anchor can be deployed to stabilize the structure. And when those onboard want to move location, an electrically charged hydrojet engine could take them to their next destination. (Source: architecturaldigest.com )