3D printed regenerative trainers
It was only a matter of time before bio tech and 3D printing joined forces and created something revolutionary, and that time is now…A London designer and University of Denmark professor have been beavering away to engineer a revolutionary new running shoe. Using regenerative protocells and 3D printing the new design has the ability to react to the wearer and the ground he or she is running on. The trainers can inflate or deflate depending on the terrain and as they’re made specifically for the user they fit your feet like a second skin.
 When you’re done for the day; simply pop them into a jar of live liquid protocells and be amazed as they repair themselves. The liquid can also be dyed any hue the wearer wishes and the shoes will take on that colour.
 Unveiled for the first time at the Wearable Futures conference these hi-tech synthetic kicks will put your worn out trainers to shame, but unfortunately they won’t be available until at least 2050 – in the meantime you’ll have to buy a normal pair like everyone else…

3D printed regenerative trainers

It was only a matter of time before bio tech and 3D printing joined forces and created something revolutionary, and that time is now…

A London designer and University of Denmark professor have been beavering away to engineer a revolutionary new running shoe. Using regenerative protocells and 3D printing the new design has the ability to react to the wearer and the ground he or she is running on. The trainers can inflate or deflate depending on the terrain and as they’re made specifically for the user they fit your feet like a second skin.


When you’re done for the day; simply pop them into a jar of live liquid protocells and be amazed as they repair themselves. The liquid can also be dyed any hue the wearer wishes and the shoes will take on that colour.


Unveiled for the first time at the Wearable Futures conference these hi-tech synthetic kicks will put your worn out trainers to shame, but unfortunately they won’t be available until at least 2050 – in the meantime you’ll have to buy a normal pair like everyone else…

(Source: theverge.com)

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