For updated global info & data on COVID-19, please click HERE.For updated global data & graphs on COVID-19, please click HERE.For COVID-19 cases and death counts in USA by state, please click HERE.For COVID-19 cases in Florida via Florida COVID Action, please click HERE.For COVID-19 cases in Florida, via Florida state government, please click HERE.Human ingenuity and willingness to solve problems by creating new solutions always bring me hope and optimism for the future of humankind. Human ingenuity has brought us much with 3D printer or AI. Now, 3D printed houses are being built around the world, solving the problem of cost and homelessness. 3D printed houses are cheaper, smarter, and better for the environment and promise to help tackle homelessness, in the video published on April 3, 2021, “Watch robots build houses at incredible speed. 3D printing meets AI“, below:
In the video published on March 18, 2021, “The Most Innovative 3D Printed House In The World [Mense-Korte]” below:
Wasp is an ambitious startup aiming to change the world with 3D printing by providing housing at null cost to the people. Using materials they gather from the ground under their feet, wasp is able to build with less emissions than virtually any other technique and cheaper too, if you’re willing to reside in a clay domicile, in the video published on March 8, 2021, “$0 HOUSE! Startup Seeks to Print Houses for $0 [WASP 3D]“, below:
3D printing for Houses provides a creative solution; recommending that houses be built quicker, more efficiently and cheaper than humans can. We will be highlighting some fascinating already existing 3D printed house designs, the advantages and drawbacks of 3D printing houses, and listing some 3D printer companies who are working hard to commercialize the software. 3d printed houses are the future of house construction, in the video published on September 9, 2020, “10 Most Amazing 3D Printed House In The World“, below:
In the video published on December 5, 2020, “Why Future Homes Will Be 3D Printed“, below:
Having concrete buildings on demand is often needed for the marine and disaster relief efforts. 3D printing buildings may also offer more creative designs
The world is expected to have a shortage of 440 million urban households by 2025. That’s 1.6 billion people in need of a home. 3D printing houses may potentially help to solve this future housing crisis. This may also be part of the 4th Industrial Revolution, blurring the boundaries between physical, digital, and biological worlds. Printing metals enables strange new and stronger yet lighter shapes to be developed. In the drive toward efficiency, industrial designs may increasingly mimic biological designs. Global economy may also be reshaped, products may be printed in one location instead of having parts being shipped from different parts of the world. This would help to reduce cost and environmental impact. NASA would also take advantage of the 3D printers for projects on Mars. Some companies are also exploring 3D printed lab grown meat as alternative to our current industrial agriculture. Finally, the ultimate 3D printing projects may involve printing human body parts such as ears, arteries, to whole organs. 3D printed organs could potentially save thousands of people who die waiting for organ transplants. The future will be amazing!
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