This 3D Printer Could Make Us All Look Like Kylie Jenner
Carnegie Mellon University has developed 3D printing technology called furbrication, allowing us to print hair in different colors using a standard 3D printer. The catch is that the "hair" is actually a flexible plastic material. The material does have the flowy look look of hair (kind of) - check it out in the video below:
The process definitely has some potential, and the developers are on the right track with the long-term vision to provide easy, at-home extensions that don't cost a bajillion dollars like Kylie's. Hopefully the team at Carnegie will develop a material that is more like actual hair and not just the kind troll dolls have, as shown in the video (Kylie would never sport that ratchet look.)
Want more at-home beauty devices? Ask for this 3D makeup printer for Christmas.