Sarco X is almost ready for lift off.
Penultimate lab tests were conducted in the Netherlands on Friday 7 August 2020 & the results are in.
Sarco created an oxygen-free environment in less than one minute.
The oxygen inside the capsule plummeted rapidly from 21% to 0.4% in 50 seconds.
More news to follow as final tests are postponed yet again because of COVID-19!
During 2020, Sarco 1.0 is in exhibition at the Cube Design Museum in Kerkrade.
Sarco is on display in the exhibition ‘Verwacht: (Re)design Death’ which highlights ‘Dutch and international design projects related to death and the rituals surrounding it.’
The exhibition runs until February 2021.
Unfortunately, because of the COVID-19 pandemic and the Dutch lockdown, Cube is closed until 19 January 2021.
More information about the exhibition can be found at CubeDesignMuseum.nl
Cube Design Museum is at: Museumplein 2 6461 MA Kerkrade NL
Opening Night – Monday 10 February 2020
Watch the picture gallery of the launch of Sarco in Venice in May 2019
Sarco leaves Venice
The first full-size, 3D-printed Sarco on display in Venice
After two years in development and six months in production, the world’s first fully-3D printed Sarco was on display at Venice Design 2019.
See the gallery
The world’s first 3D-printed euthanasia pod ‘The Sarco’ had its global unveil at Venice Design on 9+10 May 2019.
AAP – By Tracey Ferrier – May 9, 2019 — 1.00pm
Australian euthanasia campaigner Philip Nitschke is about to unveil his new high-tech death machine in Venice (9+10 May) and says people are already lining up to use it.
A full-size, wooden mock-up of Sarco was unveiled at the Amsterdam Funeral Fair on April 14th. 2018