When you find yourself deep in the Sea of Tranquility doing deep-crust mass-spectroscopy analysis and traveling from the lunar north pole to the south, wouldn't it be nice if you had some decent viewing portals? An Armani Exchange-decorated lunar rover would be just the ticket, but where to get one? Why, from industrial designer Anthony Sims. Sims' "Moonstream" design features a series of six doubled-up wheels, what we're assuming is a conference room with a bunch of Macbook Air notebooks and always-comfy hammocks.
Okay, so this is a bit on the crazy side. Moonstream was apparently designed to change the public's perception of NASA and encourage interest in future
giant wastes of money missions to the moon. It's actually a pretty interesting design, and we'd love to see it adapted into something a bit more... terrestrial. [Anthony Sims]