Building a house usually requires a lot of time and money. It often takes months to finish and you, the house owner, can expect to spend big bucks until the project gets completed.
That’s why we are absolutely mind-blown when we heard about this news circulating on our feeds recently.
According to online reports, Apis Cor, a company based in San Francisco, managed to build a house in just 24 hours.
How was that even possible, you ask?
Well, the said house was created using 3D printing technology.
The Apis Cor’s website claims they are the “first company to develop a mobile construction 3D printer which is capable of printing whole buildings completely on site.”
The residential home was erected in Russia and it measures 400 square foot.
Although it only took a day to construct the residential house from a concrete mixture, it is sturdy enough that the company says that it will last for up to 175 years.
The best part of all, however, is the fact that the entire 3D printed house only costs less than $11,000!
Now just imagine the possibilities…
Countries across the world can take advantage of this new technology.
These cheap 3D printed homes can be ideal for homeless families and needy refugees.
Watch the video here and see for yourself:
So, what do you think about this, folks? Would you be interested to have your own 3D printed house? Also, what could be the possible pros and cons of this? Hit us with your thoughts in the comment section.
Meanwhile, in case you want to learn more about Apis Cor, you can go check out their official website and get additional information about these awesome 3D printed homes.
Scientists Create ‘Aquaman Crystal,’ Which Can Help People Breathe Underwater
Not only would it help divers but also patients of lung disorders.
Most people are easily fascinated by the idea of going deep sea diving, being able to go underwater and marvel at nature’s wonderful creations. However, not all people are brave enough to put on those heavy oxygen tanks and other diving gear just to experience a magical underwater adventure. Fortunately, there is a possibility that diving equipment may not be needed after all – thanks to a group of scientists.
Researchers at the University of Southern Denmark, along with the University of Sydney in Australia, have created a material called the Aquaman Crystal. This material can absorb oxygen in a room and store it in high concentrations. What this means for divers is that there is no need to carry bulky oxygen tanks during deep sea explorations.
Professor Christine McKenzie of the University of Southern Denmark said in a statement:...
Expandable BeauEr 3X Caravan Telescopes To 3 Times Its Size.
Get ready to hit the road and have fun!
How fancy would it be to travel the world, just hit the road and wander? Climb mountains, go camping whilst enjoying your favorite s'mores with the company of great people. But how would you satisfy your wanderlust and embark on thrill-seeking adventures without entirely sacrificing the comforts that we can hardly live a day without?
The idea seems so far-fetched but this invention just might make those travel goals happen.
Here is a different take on camper vans invented by French company BeauEr. The 3X concept began in 2009 with the inventor's idea to create 'a small but expandable caravan that has everything like the big one.' Aptly named BeauEr '3X,' this caravan expands 3 times its original size in 20 seconds. It measures 8.5 feet long and 6 feet wide, designed to the size of a towed vehicle when on the road.. ...
10 of the Scariest Diseases Known to Affect Humans
Warning: graphic images
The world is plagued with diseases that threaten mankind - diseases that bring pain, suffering, and despair to whoever may have the ill fortune of acquiring them. Often, some of these diseases may even result in death - if not a lifetime of torment.
However, among these hundreds of frightening diseases are the worst kinds. You may not have heard of some of them before, but believe us, they are worth knowing. Here are ten of the scariest diseases ever known to affect humans: