3D printing already looks pretty mad, promising to revolutionise how we make anything from buildings to guns to clothes, and researchers from Harvard University have been working on adding another dimension to the technique: time. Watching the video, I was somewhat underwhelmed (it looks like something you buy in a bargain bin at Claire's Accessories) until they put the printing in water, then you understand why it's impressive. That said, as this technology becomes evermore commonplace, how long will it be until such creations aren't given a second thought.
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