4D Printing Self-Building Space Stations!

Forget 3D, 4D is the future! The kinks are still being worked out, but this new technology could transform life here on Earth, and even outer space. Anthony ...

20 Responses to 4D Printing Self-Building Space Stations!

  • Geralt SkillshotMaster says:

    I know Dimension have three coordinates thats while we call em 3D()…so i
    dont think human eye can see more that that…4D is not a real thing!

  • Wade Aaron Inganamort says:

    4D printing: better than 3D? You print something and then it folds into
    something else. It works by printing water-reactive polymers.

  • Revision3 says:

    4D Printing: Self-Building Space Stations! The kinks are still being worked
    out, but this new technology could transform life here on Earth, and even
    outer space. +Anthony Carboni shows how.

  • sheila whitaker says:

    Theyre proposing that the fourth dimension is time and that over time
    static objects will transform and adapt. Imagine a scenario where you go to
    Ikea and buy a chair, put it in your room and it self-assembles.

    It could be used to install objects in hard-to-reach places such as
    underground water pipes. Imagine water pipes that can expand to cope with
    different capacities or flows and save digging up the street.

    It might also herald an age of self-assembling furniture, buildings and
    anything else you can dream of.

  • V.I.N.C.E.N.T.I.A.N. says:

    Hugest?

  • Anthony Carboni says:

    4D PRINTING. We’re talking about printing smart fabrics and materials that
    FOLD THEMSELVES INTO STRUCTURES. We’re talking about sending submersible
    printers into the ocean and PRINTING A SEA LAB. We’re talking about
    something that’s going to finally unseat Floam as the most amazing and
    mysterious building material EVER.

  • Wayne Radinsky says:

    4D printing: better than 3D? You print something and then it folds into
    something else. It works by printing water-reactive polymers.

  • Joshua Boucher says:

    First thing I would make ummm a dild….you know what nevermind

  • Federico Beltran says:

    Interesting new technology. Intelligent materials..

  • Ciarán O' Neill says:

    He just said “hugest”. This video is over.

  • Vuffe Thrane says:

    Science… Science what are you doing? Science? STAHP!

  • V.I.N.C.E.N.T.I.A.N. says:

    I’d make a woman *perv smile*

  • chrsmllr5 says:

    thats not 4d but yea

  • Gagik Ginosyan says:

    i like his shirt 

  • HyPeRtRaXps3 says:

    Women are like…hmmm I know what I’d make that expands and contracts
    hehehe. 

  • Jazneo Gamming says:

    we see less job because of this 

  • Danny Bui says:

    So its like wasting water

  • AnimatorMXfinity~ says:

    WHAT THAT MAKES NO SENSE WE HAVENT EVEN PERFECTED 3D PRINTING!!! 

  • Elite Forges says:

    This is not 4d by any means whatsoever. If our brains can’t even perceive
    more than 3 dimensions, how in the hell are you going to tell me that we
    can “4d print”.

  • corthew says:

    Although it looks cool, I’m not sure “4D” really applies.
    I’d call it “memory printing”.
    They’re printing out a material that knows what shape it should become
    under different situations.
    That’s “memory”.
    “4D” would involve pulling stuff from a dimension we can’t actually see. It
    would literally look like it was appearing from thin air.

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