A prototype for an underwater tent has been set forth by a nursing professor Winslow Burleson and explorer Michael Lombardi. The object is said to satisfy the function of a life-support system for divers.
Traditional scuba diving forces individuals to come up periodically for air. This, in turn, restricts them in terms of the depths that they can reach. The Ocean Space Habitat is created to address this boasting an underwater tent with a breathable environment. The design can be anchored to ensure proper placement. The interior features an oxygen source and a tool that continuously removes carbon dioxide. In addition, the Ocean Space Habitat is equipped with a window and a seat.
"Covered by an inflatable collapsible envelope," the underwater tent proves to be portable as well.
Photo Credits: Michael Lombardi