Biodome Revolution 2.0 Sneak Peak Video

Hey guys!,
Biodome Revolution 2.0 is finally here! It’s launching August 1st, take a look at the sneak peak video 🙂

27 thoughts on “Biodome Revolution 2.0 Sneak Peak Video

  • Kacper, you are using Adobe Flash on your website.
    It’s 2013 – we have better technology: it’s called HTML5

  • I am one of your customers that bought the original, should we not get a huge discount on this, when I purchased the first one there was not enough information to build a finished product. I kept checking for updates and there were none. I am glad that you have had someone relook at this as I really want to build one.

  • It’s a cool thing, but what advantage does a biodome hold over just any everyday ole greenhouse?

  • NOTE: for those who plan to Live In their Kacper Eden Bio Dome from live, boots on the Dome, actual bona fide hands on experience:
    The largest hurdle to building a curvilinear GeoDesic HemiSpherical, (semi circular partial spheroid structure), is the Windows that Open are NOT designed to be layed back on a retreating curvilinear panel! This conundrum (Leaking customary slider windows possible dooors), may necessitate an architectural Rain mitigating enhancement commonly described as Eye Brows, Shed Dormers or projections…are much better built into the Structure and sheeted /skinned prior to applying exo-cover / skin? We found extending the Dome\’s Triangular Framing componet Arch iTecture[ily] complementing the Domes natural beauty enhances agrees looks like it belongs in agree with the Geo Desic properties?
    WE do muse as to what: specific manufacturers \"Shrink Wrap\" would stand against U.V.; I.R and SolAR irradiation heat, wind ice hail or snow with specificity? we could provide more experiece based hints if you find our assistance beneficient? Best of success with your Dome project Be SAFE? Additionally to optimize advantages multi benefits of Passive Solar Orientation (notwithstanding likely geologic Magnetic Shift / of True North South?), One would Locate the CENTER Point of the Plot Location and compute all extensions, door entrance-egress orientations to enjoy the natural substantial passive cooling benefits, extended by the local nature prevailing winds, sun rise sun sets , AstroTheologicAH observations, tactical considerations or special VIEW enhancing aspects? Have knowledge experience and tools could Travel?

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    We are curious as to what Stucco or Hydraulic Stucco or or Breathable Stucco Recipes You are deploying in the Moist enviroments of S. America?

  • Looks great as with all of your other videos. I hope that the cost of the package is not to high because I can’t afford anything right now.

  • Kasper – Very good! Also, you seem like a likable and trustworthy kind of man, so I decided to write to you. I am looking forward to moving to S.A. as well (Ecuador, Chile or Uruguay). It looks like you may be in Ecuador… am I right? I would like to meet you when I am able to leave this God-forsaken country (USA). I plan to have quite a bit of money to be able to invest in a business venture, and pure water & food are my priorities. Another question: It looks to me like the biodome could easily be converted into an affordable living space, especially in a country with a good climate. What do you think?
    I would like to hear from you… JAN

  • So, if we already bought the e-book and a bunch of other books, do we get this automatically?

  • Kasper, Looks Great! Are you offering upgrades to the purchasers of the original Bio Dome?? Thanks Bill

  • All right Kacper. It’s about time. :Looks like a job well done.
    This is the only way we are going to survive and thrive in a healthy
    way by growing and picking our own vine ripened fresh fruit and vegetables with dwarf 5-in-1 fruit trees – all tropical including vegetables. Dan Carlson’s Sonic Bloom (and other organic fertilizers) with sound (music) and nutrient spray for foliar feeding, among many improvements turns the plant into everbearing. The phyto-nutrients only develop in the end. Major nuttitional loss occurs in the first three days after picking with most vegetables. Pick it green and let it ripen and there is only hundreds of phyto-nutrients verses thousands when picked vine ripened.
    Congratulations Kacper!!! Well done.
    I’ll be the first to buy your systems.

  • All right Kacper. It\’s about time. :Looks like a job well done.
    This is the only way we are going to survive and thrive in a healthy
    way by growing and picking our own vine ripened fresh fruit and vegetables with dwarf 5-in-1 fruit trees – all tropical including vegetables. Dan Carlson\’s Sonic Bloom (and other organic fertilizers) with sound (music) and nutrient spray for foliar feeding, among many improvements turns the plant into everbearing. The phyto-nutrients only develop in the end. Major nuttitional loss occurs in the first three days after picking with most vegetables. Pick it green and let it ripen and there is only hundreds of phyto-nutrients verses thousands when picked vine ripened.
    Congratulations Kacper!!! Well done.
    I\’ll be the first to buy your systems.

  • Hey Kacper,

    Wow! Can’t wait for the launch! Is there a waiting list I can get on for the members area?

  • Hello,
    I bought the first book and carefully cut and stained all the pieces.
    I have had them ready to go for some time but have hesitated
    with regards to the foundation.
    Should I look into geothermal heating somehow I want to grow and
    sustain life through Calgary AB winter sometimes -40
    our summer are not very hot either ….I have trouble with normal
    out door garden producing anything.
    I really really want to have this ready to go before winter sets in….
    Are you offering a discount and some integration ideas for people who
    have already bought the first book and wish to carry on to completion?
    Kind regards
    Krisunda Lyon

  • So for those of us that purchased your first set of instructions and followed you from the beginning is there a discount for this next version?

  • Sneak peak looks great. Have recently downloaded the previous ebook and was getting ready for the compound joints. Just that tiny bit about struts in this preview means far more people will be able to build one of these. Team up with an aquaponics group and places where food is difficult or scarce can get a ‘farm’ flown in for production. Also I suspect we will get some some bamboo frames with this method, meaning you guys in South America, and also Africa etc can widen the net.

  • Kacper, You have taken the fear out of making the dome with the complete video! I believe you have yourself a winner. Congrats to you all !

  • Hello Kacper,

    I am going to be building one of these myself just a matter of money. I want to eat my own natural food. How much was the total cost to build this one? How many square feet is it? Could someone live in one say in Costa Rica? I hopefully will be going there this winter. Recooping from cancer treatment currently. How cheap is it to live there in Costa Rica? I am currently on disability so limited income currently. Knowing someone there would be really helpful in answering some questions if you did not mind. Your daughter is adorable!

    Best regards,
    Anne

  • Where are you in South America? My family lives in Ecuador are you near EC?
    ~ Michelle
    We are very interested in building a Bio Dome!

  • I built a 30 footer in Wyoming. I completed the wood part last July and then covered the greenhouse part a couple of weeks ago. So far I very pleased with the results. I will add 1 thing on the covering that may not be a concern in South America, but was here in Cody Wyoming…the wind. It Necessitated adding strapping on the outside of the sheeting to keep it from being ripped to shreads.

    Had a great time building it and looking forward to 2.0 as well.

    Thanks for everything. I hope all is working out well for you in South America.

    Tom

  • I BUILT A 16 FOOT DIAMITER DOME IN 2011, HAD TO FIGURE OUT THE WINDOW AND DOORS, BUT I DID IT. ITS AMAZING, I ALSO BUILT A 15 FOOT DOME FOR MY BROTHER IN ALBERTA, I USED THE POLYKEDDER. I’D SOME MORE INFO ABOUT THE SHRINK WRAP

  • I’m looking forward to those videos (am hoping for a discount as one of the original buyers), but I’m having trouble watching this video.It keeps stopping on me.
    Anyone else in that situation?

  • Kacper I bought the first plans and kept them until I got some land. Well, we have 15 acres now and I\’m doing a hobby farm with organic vegetables to put out on a stand. The Biodome would extend our growing season alot.
    Krisunda Lyon in Canada – I live near the Canadian border on the other coast and my plan is to construct a stone knee wall about 3 feet high or so out of local stone using some of the methods Scott and Helen Nearing used from the books about \"The Good Life\". That will create a good heat sink – plus a water tank. A hot water heater can be hooked up to a heated floor and even growing beds and it could be propane if you don\’t have electric out there. Another way someone built a dome here 25 years ago is to use cord wood construction. That could do the first few feet and I will put the dome on top of my heat sink stone wall and anchor it.
    I am very concerned about snow load as we get tons (More than Buffalo,NY!). and hail and wind. The wind will help with the snow load as the shape naturally sheds snow – but where will it go? Thats why I need at least 3 feet of knee wall – that much snow will pile up 3 feet deep all around easily. And drainage has to be good in the foundation and all around so it doesn\’t seep into the building. I\’ll start out with #2 stone inside and later pour concrete and finish it with a color or design – or tile it depending on what I find. That would allow me to heat the floor like I said – with a hot water heater and heat tubes in the floor. Any diameter that is flat in the bottom will work – I think the 40\’ is the best so far. But that shrink wrap. Hmmmm. Wonder how long it would last up here? I only want to do this once! I will research it. And it needs to be double up here for greenhouse insulation with airspace in between. Any ideas folks?

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