Materials That Respond to Time and the Elements

Materials That Respond to Time and the Elements

4D printing could give us shoes that become water-resistant when needed

Anna Johansson
  • 26 january 2016

4D printing is the newest and most exciting innovation in the architecture and manufacturing industry. As the name suggests, 4D printing is the result of a 3D-printed object that has another dimension tacked on: time.

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