This is phenomenal. I never would have thought that we could use 3D printers to make clothes. I would be interested to see this get bigger and become an actual thing. I am very inspired by her to try new things and to impress people with what I could accomplish.
It would definitely be cool to be able to make clothes with a 3D printer. I myself have two problems with it though. The first is that I do not think that I am smart enough or creative enough to create such things. I realize you can download some things so that is good, but I would like to be able to create some of my own clothes, I just do not think I would very good at it. The next thing is that I do not know how comfortable some of the clothes would be being made of plastic and all. Another thing I jus thought of, I wonder if this plastic is recycled after it is done being used or just thrown away because with 3D printers there is now a lot of plastic that needs to be taken care of.
I think a 3D printer would be really cool to have in our homes. Its is crazy to think that at one time we didn't have printers to we having black and white ones to color to now they can print cloths. This would benefit me because for one I don't like to shop and cloths don't really fit me so to have them custom print to fit me would be so nice.
I think that the world and the technology is advancing really fast and that the things that we have in our homes if you go somewhere where they invent stuff it is so much more advanced.I think that all of the thing that are created like the 3d printer are inspiring, and showing them that whatever they put their mind to they can accomplish.
It's amazing how versatile a 3D printer can be, we are just on the tip of the ice burg, someday, the world will use new technologies and be able to download our clothes, but for today, we can only marvel at these technological feats, someday, this will become the norm, but, for now, we can see this in awe, and be inspired by this amazing story, it will stick with me how innovative this designer was, and how she thought of this brand new method of making clothing.
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