reply to post by EmittsrifEhtrof
I don't understand how to really start creating it
We really don't either if you don't tell us what it is...
You stick him with logic, and we'll snaffle up his plans, meet you around the corner at 5pm.
Boy oh boy we're gunna be rich, rich I tell you!!!! *rubbing hands*
OP... .. If you're intending a shirt that helps immobile people with spinal injuries to move, it's already been done. One of those funky Japanese
robot dealios.. exoskeleton type thing. Whack it on and hey presto, instant superman!
A robotic suit that is worn as an exoskeleton and can be used to help disabled people walk again has received an EC certificate from the German
safety monitoring agency.
Able to leap small ant mounds in about 3 minutes. Capable of bending pure steel in a little bit longer. Can't...sit....down....at....all... Ever!
But if it's going to help old lady Boans up the road get fluffy her whiskettes, I'm all for it!
Now, your water extracting doohickey.
They've done that too.. Maybe not portable. But they've got huge contraptions in some deserts now, inside big bill boards, that is really a big
fridge motor. Sort of. Or an air conditioner motor. Almost. Solar powered so all day it stores magical trickery, and at night, hums and hums
converting the humidity into litres and litres of potable water.
A billboard in Lima, Peru, created by ad agency Mayo DraftCFB in collaboration with the University of Engineering and Technology (UTEC), captures
the air's humidity and turns it into potable water for Lima residents. Lima is referred to as a "desert megacity" where many residents cope with
inadequate access to clean drinking water. The agency and university formed a team to produce what they refer to as the first billboard that produces
drinking-water out of air.
Read more at: phys.org...
ATS, on a side note - I shake my head. Everyone is posting how orsum it is to print out weapons and how to continue to have the option to hurt people,
because the law says having things that hurt people, if you're a bit dopey, is probably a bad thing. And instead of seeking things that help, we look
at how to continuing our hurting methods in more and more sneaky ways. So in all that noise, I never heard f this before, 3D printer helps print out
'helper' arms for a little girl.
Something I'd have thought would have been put before the 900 times someone posted a "Look gais, printing your own guns is fun! pew pew *explode* I
need someone to print me a new hand, ploix!"