The Survival Capsule is 10 feet in diameter. Its makers, which include former Boeing and NOAA employees, meant for it to serve as an escape pod for 10 people, housing food, water, and oxygen. The company offers smaller options for two people, but Bellini went for the 10-seater--though he's redesigning it for life on the berg. He'll remove nine of the seats, and trick it out with a wind generator, solar panels, Wi-Fi, a folding bed, and emergency radio beacon. In the event that the iceberg melts or flips over, the floating capsule should (hopefully) keep him safe until rescuers can come find him.