well, after seeing Jet Man, i wondered to myself if it is possible to build something similar, but go one step further, by completely enclosing the pilot in a blended wing body, and introduce a simple undercarriage (either retractable or with the wheels hidden as much into the fuselage as safely possible), so here i am. i dont plan on building this, at least, not anytime soon, but this is more of a fact finding mission for me.
now, when i mean enclose the pilot, basically the pilot is in a prone position, controlling the aircraft, which has a minimalistic interior, as there would be little room to move around in (comfort is not a factor on the priority list). the pilot is not actually putting weight on anything below, but rather, being suspended from the underside of the wing, allowing the fuselage to be made of a lighter material. the undercarriage would also be directly linked to the wing, to further eliminate the need for a stronger fuselage. If you know what a typical BWB looks like, youll know that the engines are situated at the top rear part, so for an aircraft like this, small jets would be needed, much like in the link, but perhaps more powerful.
so how feasible is this idea, and where could this improve on?