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Saturday, September 19, 2020

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The Dutch city of Eindhoven is to be the first in the world to have habitable homes made by a 3D printer, in an innovation its backers believe will revolutionise the construction industry.Of the first five new houses to be put on the rental market next year, the smallest, with two bedrooms, has already attracted applications from 20 interested families just a week after images were made available. Known as Project Milestone, the development is said by the Dutch construction company Van Wijnen to offer a solution to a shortage of skilled bricklayers in the Netherlands. Developers say project will cut costs and environmental damage and offer solution to shortage of bricklayers.

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Single Le Tres Chic Toilette 

The public urinal that turns pee into compostIt may be better known as the city of light and of love, but Paris is also – and all too often – the city of pee, and consequently of pong. But the French capital has a new weapon in its longstanding battle against les pipis sauvages, or wild peeing, the time-honoured if technically prohibited practice of urinating in the street, and its unsavoury accompanying odours. 

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Green Home Inventions Main

The green home of the future will not only waste less water and energy, it’ll be a lot more convenient to operate thanks to smart features that are either automated, or controllable using our mobile phones. The following intriguing inventions give us a glimpse at what appliances and gadgets might be featured in an eco-friendly environment within a decade or two – and some are already available!

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Water shortage is a pressing issue worldwide: According to the UN, 1.2 billion people (almost one-fifth of the world’s population) live in areas where water is scarce, and another 500 million people are nearing this situation. It’s no wonder, then, that the world is seeking to produce and conserve water – both for drinking and for agriculture – especially during droughts.

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Uber flying taxi 

This computer generated image provided by Uber Technologies shows a flying taxi by Uber. Commuters of the future could get some relief from congested roads if Uber’s plans for flying taxis work out. The ride-hailing service has unveiled an artist’s impression of the sleek, futuristic machine it hopes to start using for demonstration flights in 2020 and deploy for ride-sharing by 2028.