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3D-Printed House

It's more a proof-of-concept than an actual home, at least by Western standards. But Apis Cor's innovative solution to on-sight 3D building printing shows how construction might take place in the future. In 24 hours, this 400 square-foot mini-house was built for about $10,000 — around 70% less than the average cost of about $1,000 per square foot in the United States. In addition to reduced costs, 3D printing allows for much more creative architecture, making the ubiquitous square house a thing of the past.

  • How To Practice Effectively

    Whether you're working on your jumpshot or learning a new instrument, pactice makes perfect. But how exactly does it work? Annie Bosler and Don Greene give an animated explanation for how to get the most out of your practice and what all those repetitions do to your brain to help you master that next great skill.

  • The King of T-Shirts

    T-shirts are the Andy Warhol of the modern wardrobe: cheap, infinitely replaceable, and a mass-produced piece of art, depending on who you're asking. If you're asking Perry Shall, he would definitely agree with that last statement. Perry owns t-shirts by the hundreds and shared his epic collection with Super Deluxe.