Ariel Ekblaw / Responsive Environments
Artist Rendering of TESSERAE (TU Dortmund)
Ariel Ekblaw talks about the TESSERAE project, which was tested on the Space Station during the recent Axiom Space AX-1 mission.
The TESSERAE project, a design for self-assembling space structures and habitats, has sent prototypes to the International Space Station.
A cohort of transdisciplinary researchers will study effects of sustained microgravity
On an upcoming SpaceX launch (CRS-20), we are launching seven TESSERAE v3 hardware tiles to the International Space Station.
The Space Exploration Initiative’s latest research flight explores work and play in zero gravity
Ariel Ekblaw presented designs for self-assembling architecture to create habitats for people living and working in low-gravity environments
Space Exploration Initiative research aboard Blue Origin’s New Shepard experiment capsule crossed the Karman line for three minutes
On May 2nd, 2019 we launched three TESSERAE v2 hardware tiles into space and back! They rode to just over 100km (past the Karman line) on...
Before low-earth orbit is clogged with hotels, satellite traffic, and debris, we should plan for the extra-planetary community we want.
The TESSERAE project is a design experiment in imagining how to bring the concept of geodesic domes from Earth into orbit.