Amos Dudley had braces in middle school, but he didn't wear a retainer like he was supposed to, so his teeth slowly shifted back. But as he had no money for the new set of braces, the digital-design major just decided to 3D-print one, using a high-quality printer at his university. The whole process cost him only 60$, too.
The VVIP Dreamliner B787 Dreamjet, also known as “the flying penthouse” is a huge private aircraft that’s capable of carrying up to 40 passengers and accommodate them with an entertainment and study lounge, dedicated dining spaces, an en-suite master bedroom with a 42-inch TV, a dressing room and an enormous hotel-style bathroom complete with a shower, and lots-lots more. The aircraft can be chartered for around $26,000 per hour – that’s $650 per person if there is the maximum number of passengers.
Landon Meier from Denver makes masks for his company called Hyperflesh, and they’re really hyper-realistic. His latest creations are no exception.
Skipping Rocks Lab, a bunch of engineering graduates from RCA and Imperial College London, first introduced their project in 2013. It’s essentially an edible water bubble made from a natural seaweed extract. The product does not contain any waste and is fully biodegradable in 4-6 weeks if left unconsumed. As they recently raised over $750 thousand via crowdfunding, we might soon see the problem of plastic pollution lighten up considerably.