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December 20, 2013 | By

Something to look forward to?

A shoe that repairs itself overnight? London-based designer Shamees Aden is developing a new running shoe that is 3D printed and made from synthetic biological materials, enabling the shoe to repair on its own. With the sensation of a barefoot running shoe, the shoe is constructed to the exact size of your foot--meaning it would act like a second skin--and responds to the pressures of running on your feet with some as added padding when needed. Professor Dr. Martin Hanczyc is also helping out with the development of the shoe. He specializes in protocells--basic molecules that can be combined to create living organisms. You should be able to go for a jog in these by 2050...37 years from now.

Would you wear these self-repairing 3D printed trainers?

Seen via: Huhmagazine

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