'Ooho' de Skipping Rocks Lab est une bouteille d'eau comestible créée à partir d'algues brunes biodégradables à 100% qui constitue une alternative écologique aux bouteilles en plastique.

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This is the first residential house 3D-printed onsite with a mobile printer. It only took 24 hours and costs $10,134. The company, Apis Cor, hopes that this can provide an alternative to traditional construction methods and create affordable housing.

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With companies like Google, Tesla, and Uber all racing to put self-driving cars on the road, the security of automated vehicles is a hotly topic of discussion. Anil Markose explains what cyber security issues might threaten autonomous vehicles.

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MIT researchers created a 3D-printed bot that is flexible enough to be manipulated by magnets. It can crawl, roll, and play catch. They hope to use this technology to treat and test humans.

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The University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics are pioneers when it comes to robotic farming. Having developed a series of driverless tractors, they give us a sneak peek of how future farms and orchards will operate in the era of mass automation.

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Sneaker designer Jeff Staple is responsible for creating one of the most valuable sneakers ever with the Nike Pigeon Dunks. The shoes’ limited release caused a riot in 2005 that needed NYPD assistance.

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Ocado, the world’s largest online-only grocery retailer, relies on robots to deliver fresh food to hundreds of thousands of people in the UK. Its warehouses are designed like living organisms – there’s a central nervous system , a cardiovascular system and red blood cells .

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Meet Daniel Silverstein, the mind and hands behind Zero Waste Daniel, a completely zero-waste line of fashion that is 100% made from fabric scraps from other fashion designers and factories. Each piece is handmade in Brooklyn, unique, and one of a kind. Daniel explains his philosophy on fashion as well as his opinions on where […]

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For the past ten years, Desert Control has been testing a land treatment that promises to transform non-productive land into fertile soil. The material they have invented is called Liquid NanoClay and it’s a mixture of clay and water, mixed using a special patented method.

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One look at a home built by LA-based Binishells is all it takes to realize that this construction company is doing things differently — and thinking outside the box. Watch this video and discover why Binishells is determined to revolutionize the construction business.

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