The Vincent Callebaut Hydrogenase would be cool enough just to look at, yet the fact that it is 100% self-sufficient thanks to seaweed makes it even more impressive. These environmentally-friendly airships offers a unique mode of transportation that would emit zero carbon emissions.
Clearly inspired by nature just looking at it, the Vincent Callebaut Hydrogenase is capable of flying an average height of 2,000 meters as well as carrying up to 200 tons of freight at 175 km/h. Perhaps we’ll see these green blimps in 2030.
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