The future of clothing & fabric is eco-friendly, especially if designers start using the 3D printable textiles made from ink cartridges plastic. The idea is to use 3D printers to create textiles which can then be transformed into clothes. Fabric is seamless & flexible, conforming to contours of skin. The fabrics look almost medieval, like chain mail, but if they have the ability to transform into different styles, this 3D printable textiles eco-friendly alternative may really take off.
Unlike other 3D printers, this one by DEWAR takes the concept to an innovative new level by using the services of 80,000 bees making honeycomb to create 3D objects. That's right, once the bees are done with their job, the result is two honeycomb sculptures built entirely by them.