2. “All-in-one sleep system”
The tent was inspired by the spacesuits of astronauts and an insulation technique known in layman’s terms as “sandwich construction”. All walls—including the floor—are lined with a blanket-like insulation fabric. This allows the structure to be heated using only the camper’s body heat to handle temperatures that would normally induce hypothermia or frostbite.
Tested in the alpine climate of Switzerland, the all-in-one tent can apparently handle temperatures as low as -30°C (-22°F). The design also incorporates a breathable membrane that purges moisture built up from the body during sleeping, directing it through a ventilation system away from where you’re sleeping and outside the tent.