Re: Fooled me
@Technocrati: yes, that was my favorite sounds-too-fake-to-be-real headlines, too, and it is in fact real. I can't wait to see how that is applied in the real world. I realize it's highly conceptual by now, but the possibilities are truly amazing. Imagine an office building that could expand and contract based on capacity needs. Or, expand and contract to make optimal use of energy at different times of the year. Imagine how that material might be used to quickly build up housing in the event of a natural disaster or humanitarian crisis.
Definitely gets the imagination going.