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NETHERLANDS-EUTHANASIA-LIFESTYLE

Dutch designer Alexander Bannink explains how the "Sarco" euthanasia pod works as a woman experiences sitting in the device by wearing virtual reality glasses, on April 14, 2018 at the Amsterdam Funeral Expo. Called the "Sarco", short for sarcophagus, the 3D-printed machine invented by Australian euthanasia activist Philip Nitschke and Dutch designer Alexander Bannink comes complete with a detachable coffin, mounted on a stand that contains a nitrogen canister. The "Sarco" is a device "to provide people with a death when they wish to die, which is peaceful and reliable but also elegant and stylish," Nitschke told AFP. / AFP PHOTO / Jan HENNOP (Photo credit should read JAN HENNOP/AFP via Getty Images)
NETHERLANDS-EUTHANASIA-LIFESTYLE

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JAN HENNOP / Contributor
Editorial #:
946275102
Collection:
AFP
Date created:
14 April, 2018
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AFP
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AFP
Object name:
AFP_1414CZ
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3327 x 2026 px (28.17 x 17.15 cm) - 300 dpi - 3 MB