Oceanic Habitats is a development in progress
of a complete set of digital modelling solutions assessing the mechanisms for developing self sustained floating habitats.
Concept and instrumentation elements involve reverse osmosis, self sustained power generation, wind transformation and
solar energy generation. Desalination is economically and ecologically friendly. A Floating Structure with Solar and Wind
will allow sea water to expand and heat to condensation via contained evaporation and subsequently sea water will evolve into
fresh water through natural means.The process adapts continuous heat to contained sea water bodies in a semi membrane container
with another liquid on the inside acting as a heat insulator between regular sea water and soon to be desalinated sea water.
Condensed evaporation would then be circulated through tubes and thus allows for condensation to accumulate and eventual delivery
of fresh water. This process is slightly different form present Reverse Osmosis methods as it allows for continuous non stop
Structures: Vertical Kinetic Structures(VKS) incorporating light weight easy to assemble vertical habitats (copyright in progress)
and Horizontal Kinetic Structures (HKS) incorporate dome structures and mega tents (copyright in progress) and Wind and Liquid
Cones working collectively to harness energy along with adaptive use of Wind and Solar elements in medium rise dwellings.
Harnessing natural energy coupled with environmentally
correct kinetic habitats and the full utilization of oceanic habitats for energy harnessing is mainly what this proposal shall
address. 13% of World's Energy needs are currently being provided by Renewable Energy sources. For example, Denmark is able
to handle up to 20% of its electricity needs through Wind whereas China is able to heat 80% of its hot water through Solar
Flexible Cone consists of thin
layers of aerodynamic blades and fins and are connected to sub wires and to a central distribution point where Wind Energy
is harnessed and collected directly into Power Collectors. The inside of the cone is to consist of an energy distribution
rod acting as the initial power distributor to collectors. Elevated cones should have a Secondary Flexible Arm that should
allow the cones to follow in wind's path and thus collect maximum energy.
Residential Cone similar to Flexible Cone but less kinetic yet equally adjustable and
could be attached to a roof top (pitched or flat), side walk, window and / or backyard. Residential Cones are flexible in
size ranging from 100 Watts to 2000 watts in energy accumulation.
Urban Cone designed specifically to fit into an urban context as such on roof tops and balconies
of typical medium to high rise residential and commercial buildings as such. Urban Cones could be part of the facade design
where Wind is at its most strength.
Fuels have been utilized to the utmost extremes and have harmed the environment to a point of almost no return. Carbon Dioxide
emissions have been addressed for the better part of the past 100 years or so and the outcome is not all that healthy environmentally
speaking, economically and politically as well. Harnessing nature in all its applicable forms is possible yet accomplishing
complete energy Independence for our dwellings could be the first crucial challenge for the future.
Food, Shelter and Clothing are the basic three forms of survival have
been over marketed, labeled, exploited, challenged, denied, altered for the benefit of wealth and political dominance. To
that end, social and economic uncertainties have risen to a point of utter selfishness. What if our oceans will hold the answer
for energy and food in the form of harnessing natural desalination for the betterment of the environment and the humankind?
What if energy is free for all and what if our personal
vehicles of transpiration are dependent on our ever lasting Sun, Wind and Water and what if our habitats are naturally 100%