reply to post by hp1229
I remember him now. He's the same guy who did this:
He's innovative, that's for sure. As far as making the most use of space is concerned, that didn't happen. That's not where his priority was
though. His priority was combining the designing and construction together with the available 3-D computer technology. The end result is homes built
without human intervention, aside from who's behind the keyboards making the building machinery do what it does with the specially formulated
materials used for the house itself.
And for the poster who complained about building a house in 18 months, I would rather it take that long then to just slap one up in the "fast food"
3 month time frame that the average modern house is built in now. Have you ever lived in one of those? I have in a fairly upper middle class
neighborhood, and it's nothing to write home about. Flimsy is one way to describe it. What this guy is essentially doing is making a more practical
application for the 3-D technology we already have then simply the gaming applications we see now. He's upping the ante and I'm not seeing a problem
And just for the record, I want that bed.