Lunar Medical Workstation | FullScale Prototype - Spring 2010
Delivered to the Habitability and Human Factors Branch at the Johnson Space Center
Vertical Studio; Table with Brandon Dolly, Heath Horn, & Jay Zhang
Occupying one-eighth of a Habitat Development Unit [HDU], the intent of the Lunar Medical Workstation is to provide emergency and preventative medical treatment for the lunar crew, as well as serve as a research facility for low-gravity effects on the human body. The table must function as work surface, operating table, and recovery bed for the crew. A full scale working prototype was built for a fourteen day test mission in the Arizona Desert.
Status: School Project
Location: Lunar Surface