Ok, still no commercial flying cars but we’ll take this in the meantime! We predict that in the future, making your own clothes will be as simple as dragging and dropping a file. It’s happening.
So far there’s OpenKnit, an open-source, do-it-yourself 3D printer for clothing that can be digitally fabricate garments from a computer file in about an hour. Footage after the jump:
Welcome to week two of Library Candy! This crafty fountain in Budapest has given me serious library envy…
The Open Book Fountain - Budapest, Hungary
Proudly striding forward, going nowhere, and being controlled by bigger things than ourselves. It’s the Kiwi way!