Kieran Sharp

snowboard coach, blue mile snowsports

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Sustainable, cellular, high tech 3D printed living.

I would like to propose that we bring together experts from around the world to help design and construct from recycled plastic and other waste, a sustainable high tech home downloaded from the Internet.

If we combine emerging technologies we could have high tech home's made cheaply, which could; house, feed, and sustain everyone on the planet, while freeing everyone from unnecessary labour and clearing up the mess we have created across the globe.

Combining technologies in to the design such as:

Aquaponics - green house and fish on your roof providing all food required.
Free energy tech - solar panels, windmill etc.
3D printing - gather waste plastic from the seas and landfills to create a home and all contents required downloaded from the Internet.
Wireless power - enable objects to power themselves on request and create a magnetic field in order to be levitated.
Micro computing - to enable the house to know where each object is in space and levitate to exact location.
Electro magnetism - wrap copper coils around desired objects and house to enable levitation of desired objects to specific location.
Waste management - extract and recycle water from human waste and use the solid remains as a heat fuel source.
Recycle water supply - use lifesaver filter technology.
Collect rain water and use solar heating technology.

If we could design the "cell" (which would be completely self sufficient) to enable connection to other cells with ease we could design bigger community spaces as, where, and when required.

We could design the cells to have wheels, sail in the sea, fly, or even magnetically levitate and go in to space!

Imagine having everything you need and work for right now, created with ease for the rest of your life. What would you do? Where would you go?

Can this happen, or am I just crazy?

  • Jun 25 2013: Hi !

    This is not crazy, and I'm sure it could be done, with years of research in engineering, but it would certainly not be cheap, and certainly not be available for the 7 billions people of the planet.

    Suprisingly there is no Talk about the completely green, auto-sustainable house called the Earthship, created by Michael Reynolds.
    Of course there is no magnetic levitation and microcomputing in-house architecture, but it's cheap, and its eco-friendly.
    Here is the website for more info :
    And here is a prototype of the most advanced house achieved by the academy :
    I think about it as the way everyone should build our house, except everybody could add their touch for a little more design or technologies if they want to.