A nanoshelter is a mobile, single-user, emergency sleeping shelter platform. It provides independent ownership of a place to sleep and store belongings. It is lockable and easily constructed. There are many different types of nanoshelters. The Occupod is one type of nanoshelter. On this website we list a bill of materials, the build instructions with pictures, and a 3D model of the Occupod nanoshelter.
Nanoshelters are mass producible temporary emergency shelters. The Occupod platform is on wheels with a fulcrum point that allows for easy tilting up curbs. The back hatch folds up when it is in motion and folds down to become 7' long by 32" wide.
Find more about each type of nanoshelter in the menu.
(Right now we only have the one type, called an Occupod)
3D Occupod Model: Click to Enable and then Click and Hold to Rotate
The model is missing the tarp that closes off the interior.