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Futurist Ray Kurzweil makes 3D printing predictions
In a new interview with Google’s director of engineering, author and futurist Ray Kurzweil, has shared some of his most recent predictions for the future of technology with the New York Times.
Here are his predictions:
- As the variety of materials available to print in 3D become more extensive and less expensive, both free open-source and proprietary clothing designs will be widely available online in as little as 10 years.
- By 2020 there will be a whole host of product available immediately to buy for pennies on the dollar and to print straight away. It will become the norm for people to have printers in their homes
Se we should be ready to 3d printed fashion, and fundamentally “home printed”. Do you agree with that?
Source: 3DPrinting Industry