3D printing sure has progressed a lot in little time. You can now 3D print almost anything. Recently, a 3D printer has been developed by the University of Maribor in Slovenia by the name of printGreen that allows users to print a growing garden in any desired shape.
The printer’s design and building was carried out by a group of students from the University’s Intermedia Arts program and is aimed at combining nature, art and technology. It might seem like a bizarre idea at first, however, in future it could find its use as means of producing food in small, efficient and environmentally friendly spaces.
Check out the printer in action below.