OXYA II is in its MVP stage. But even at that stage, it possesses sufficient mechanical strength and flexibility. More importantly, it has been proven to consume CO2 and produce oxygen in a lab environment. In particular, 2.4ml of CO2 per day is captured by a 10x10cm2 piece. This means that if a three-room apartment (25m2 of walls per room) is covered entirely with OXYA II, it will capture a third (~4kg) of the CO2 excess that a person produces per day. In addition, we are consistently improving properties like strength, durability, and cell viability.
Our pilot applications include manufacturing garments, interior design objects, shading systems, and photosynthesizing surfaces.