Mars City Hall of Fame 2019

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Mars City Design Challenges 2019

THE MARTIAN SPORTS

Mars City Design Challenges 2019 has selected the WINNERS of the 2019 Martian sport game, which included the categories as follows:

  • Architecture design of Mars Olympics Stadium

  • Robotics 

  • Exoskeleton design

  • Human physiology, Organ 3D Printing, Cyborg 

  • VR/AR

FIRST WINNER

 

MARS OLYMPIA

by Sylve Truyman & Pierre Jacques Truyman, PARIS.

This winning team is from Paris and has accomplished a one year program of Mars City Design Challenges and Workshop and successfully developed a concept of building a city, adopting the technic that was used in the ancient time to build Petra, Jordan; 3D Subtracting robots will lead the work before the humans arrive.

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SECOND WINNER

 

MARTIAN YUKIGASSEN 

by TNL Team, JAPAN

Ryohei Kobayashi, Shoma Nagai, Takashi Mizuguchi Taiga Tanaka, Shoki Hasegawa, Yusuke Hozumi

This Japanese Space Architect team designed a Martian version of the Japanese traditional sport game A.K.A. "YUKIGASSEN". This game started from a winter snow fight game. TNL Team envisions this sport to be performed on Mars. They designed the Martian Yukigassen stadium. TNL Team also suggested a remote performance, sending our avatars to do the job which may enable us to perform the Olympics on Mars remotely from home.

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THIRD WINNER

WILLOW SPORTS and RECREATION HUB 

by ARUP Team, USA

Mark McClenaghan, Geoffrey Iwasa, Daniel Park, Nishal Rao, Abby Rose Miner, Audrey Roy Poirier, Natalie Sham, Brennan Sydor, Gavin Trevan, Clare Xu, Amy Zhang

This team of engineers from ARUP suggested a sport center that can provide a healing station and imperative physical therapy for crews arriving at the Mars Spaceport, after an extensive space travel of eight months or more. They suggested a pool that can function as landing pad for the crews in the Martian gravity.

FAVORITE PROJECT

SYRTIS 

by Vanessa Li, Dara Duan, Annie Liu, USA.

 

This bio-engineering young women team is bringing awareness of the difficulty to communicate through a spacesuit and in an enclosed environment, during the spaceflight or on Mars. Their concept was to 3D-Print an augmented hearing aid that can also be handy to managing sport teams remotely.

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Silicon Beach, California

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