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Is It a Future of Festival Camping?

Is It a Future of Festival Camping? Tech and gadgets2014-08-05T16:39:45+03:002015-09-24T12:34:50+03:00

Is It a Future of Festival Camping?

Remember that time you woke up between two cars, topless and covered in glitter and wearing a headdress at that music festival? That was fun. But as we get older, and music festivals become more commercial, it is time for a new way of crashing.

 

The wood and steel pods take a honeycomb shape to maximize the allowable bed space, while fitting as many units together as possible. A canvas entrance protects the inside from the elements, but opens up to permit airflow and even allow guests to view performances from the comfort of their pod. Metal steps give access to the upper units.

 

Final testing is taking place in Antwerp now, and the system should be available to purchase by this fall, after feedback from users is incorporated into a final prototype.

Is It a Future of Festival Camping?
Is It a Future of Festival Camping?
Is It a Future of Festival Camping?
Is It a Future of Festival Camping?
Is It a Future of Festival Camping?

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