"If these claims are true, WinSun is printing an inexpensive, sturdy home in mere hours for very little money. The company says the process would be perfect for fabricating homes for the impoverished and displaced—a major issue in some Chinese cities. In my eyes, that’s far closer to the early dream of architectural 3D printing buildings: To harness rapid prototyping to build housing that’s cheap, fast, and in the words of WinSun, "dignified." The concept of spending three years and millions of dollars to print a 13-room home out of plastic, by comparison, feels like nothing more than a gimmick."
I want Google to make these so, along with my Google glasses and satellite tracked phone, I can never miss a notification from Tumblr.