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Exosuit ADS | The Human Element

This Blog mini-series chronicles the author’s journey through depth, time, and space with the latest generation Atmospheric Diving System (ADS) Exosuit.

Inner-space Mission to the Bottom of the Ocean

  An extraordinary expedition was announced recently at the Museum of Natural History in NYC.  At the center of it all is the newly designed Exosuit, a robotic dream created by Nuytco Research, the latest generation of atmospheric diving systems which protects the pilot  from the effects of high pressure.  The Exosuit will work together…

Exosuit ADS | the reluctant first breath

NG Explorer Michael Lombardi chronicles his journey through Depth, Time, & Space using the new Exosuit Atmospheric Diving System.

Exosuit ADS – Trust, Dependence, & Good Faith

NG Explorer Michael Lombardi chronicles his journey through Depth, Time, & Space using the Exosuit Atmospheric Diving System.

Exosuit ADS | One Size Fits Some

NG Explorer Michael Lombardi chronicles his journey through Depth, Time, & Space using the Exosuit Atmospheric Diving System.

July 21, 2013: Swimming From Cuba to Florida, Developing Deep Sea Diving Suits, and More

This week, join us as we attempt to swim from Cuba to Florida and meet a surprisingly potent form of jellyfish, then we listen to glaciers as they melt and learn what they’re telling us, and we hear protest songs from an indigenous Australian country singer.

Exosuit ADS – the ‘No Pressure’ Premise

NG Explorer Michael Lombardi chronicles his journey through Depth, Time, and Space using the next generation Atmospheric Diving System – the Exosuit.

The Exosuit ADS – Small Steps & Giant Leaps

NG Explorer Michael chronicles his journey through depth, time, and space with the new Exosuit Atmospheric Diving System.

Hand in Hand | the Exosuit and Accessible Ocean Space

NG Explorer Michael Lombardi chronicles his journey through ‘Depth, Time, & Space’ using the new Exosuit ADS diving system.