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ABN AMRO: Bouwsector zal in 2015 herstellen - Headlines.nl

ABN AMRO: Bouwsector zal in 2015 herstellen http://t.co/W3qulXVZDc #economieinfo #economie #info
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The 10 contests | Solar decathlon

Discover the #SolarDecathlon2014 http://t.co/8T3YrYKEKZ #architecture #bouw http://t.co/waQYpNdKDs & http://t.co/waQYpNdKDs
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Speelruimte voor verandering: sociale innovatie in 1 dag | The ...

Speelruimte voor verandering: sociale innovatie in 1 dag | The ... | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
social innovation matters | co-realizing the emerging future (by TvA)
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Wall Street crazy for 3D printer as makers’ stocks surge

Wall Street crazy for 3D printer as makers’ stocks surge | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
Wall Street is trading shares of 3D printing company 3D Systems as if it can print money, according to hedge-fund manager Whitney Tilson. On Tuesday, the Kase Capital founder blasted…

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3D printing with "undo" function developed by SCI-Arc student

3D printing with "undo" function developed by SCI-Arc student | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
A student the Southern California Institute of Architecture has developed a method of 3D printing that comes with an "undo" function.

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Beth Robinson's curator insight, July 23, 2013 8:24 PM

I think the more interesting part of this method, despite the headline, is the 3d head movement in a medium that does not require building supports as part of the process. I'm curious as to how users will find it practically different.

Utkarsh Sharma's curator insight, July 24, 2013 4:19 AM

Interesting development with the undo, potential to add onto the varying flexibilty that AM provides developers

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6,500 Live Silkworms 3D Print an Incredible Dome [VIDEO]

6,500 Live Silkworms 3D Print an Incredible Dome [VIDEO] | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
Scientists have created a dome printed by thousands of live silkworms. The dome is the first 3D printed structure made out of 100% natural materials.

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University Of Chicago Explores Physics With 3D Printing

University Of Chicago Explores Physics With 3D Printing | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
Chicago has caught the 3D printing bug. The city's public library just recently opened a maker space for citizens to experiment and create, and now …

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3ders.org - Your Future, 3D Printed [Infographic] | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

3ders.org - Your Future, 3D Printed [Infographic] | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
How far has 3D printing come in the industrial sector and what changes it is bringing to the consumer market. This infographic by Mark Joseph Stern offers a basic overview of the technology.
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Green Roofs & Green Walls Market Expected to Surge to $7.7 billion by 2017

Green Roofs & Green Walls Market Expected to Surge to $7.7 billion by 2017 | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it

The rapidly-growing market for green roofs and green walls is expected to surge to $7.7 billion by 2017. Installations of green roofs will rise 70% by then, to 204 million square meters. Their rise is expected to be limited ...


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3D Printing And Reality Capture | Transitionistas Innovatie Dagblad

It may be symptomatic of our times but the delta between weak signal & fast-moving trend seems to be getting shorter & shorter. Compelling innovations are bootstrapped rapidly into full-fledged solutions, enabling a ...
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New online game allows kids to design their own energy-efficient city

New online game allows kids to design their own energy-efficient city | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
Design and create a virtual city of the future with this free city-building game from National Geographic, GE, and the Center for Science.

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Alan Yoshioka's curator insight, March 24, 2013 2:15 PM

not just for kids ... 

FarmRoof®'s curator insight, March 24, 2013 3:07 PM

It's the way of the future guys, green roofs and organic farming are both key elements to building our future sustainable cities, and when you combine the two into one...FarmRoof!

Mipygreen's curator insight, April 1, 2013 5:32 AM

Not only kids....même pour les grands c'est amusant!!!

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Yale Environment 360: Living Building Challenge Aims to Revolutionize Green Architecture

Yale Environment 360: Living Building Challenge Aims to Revolutionize Green Architecture | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it

The Living Building Challenge is gaining stature as the most stringent green building standard in the world.


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3D printer companies; The Newest Dutch 3D printer 3Dprinter4U

3D printer companies; The Newest Dutch 3D printer 3Dprinter4U | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
How does 3D printing work? How much does a 3D printer cost? You find the best information about 3D printers and the Newest Builder 3D printer here!
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De MKB Innovatie Top 100 in 2014

Deze film geeft een impressie van de MKB Innovatie Top 100, de grootste en belangrijkste prijs voor innovatieve MKB-bedrijven. In 2014 wordt de MKB Innovatie...
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Bedroom of the future, Mail Online, October 2013

Bedroom of the future, Mail Online, October 2013 | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
Scientists from London created the futuristic boudoir based on current technologies, as well as what a study found were the most desired bedroom features.

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Bionic City's curator insight, October 30, 2013 2:48 PM

'With more of us watching TV and using gadgets from our bed it was only a matter of time before  technology became part of the bedroom, inside mattresses and even bedsheets. Images showing what the bedroom of the future could like have been created by London-based design scientist and futurist Melissa Sterry, and feature beds that monitor health as someone sleeps and bedsheets that can respond to changes in a sleeper's temperature...'

 

'The innovations in the futuristic designs were based on the results of a study carried out by The Sleep Council. It asked more than 2,000 people what they most want to see in bedrooms of the future. All the technologies are currently being worked on and developed in research centres across the UK in one form or another. The most-desirable technology, according to the study, was self-cleaning and bacteria-resistant mattresses that can sterilise germs at 47 per cent. In second place, with 42 per cent of the votes, were mattresses and bedsheets fitted with adaptive materials able to heat up when its cold, and cool down automatically when its hot, in response to a person's body temperature. 

 

A third of people want to see smart beds that track vital statistics while a person sleeps, which can warn them if they have an infection, an oncoming cold and even if they're about to have a heart attack. The stats could be shown in real-time on large touchscreens at the end of the bed. Lights that turn on during the winter months to help people wake up in the morning came in fourth at 32 per cent, with floors and fixtures that harvest reusable energy coming in fifth with 24 per cent of the votes.'

 

Published in the Mail Online, October 25th 2013.

To read more click on the link above.

 

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Advanced Dental 'state of the art' milling centre

Advanced Dental B.V. in Veenendaal is a 'state of the art' milling centre for dental restorations, with top quality as our standard. Advanced Dental offers a...
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Using the Ocean to Print in 3D

Using the Ocean to Print in 3D | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
So how is it possible that a substance so common and so vital, a substance which has provided the spur for some of history's worst crimes, may one day be used to house the homeless of the world – at a fraction of the cost of traditional building...
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Michael Dunham's curator insight, July 11, 2013 1:02 PM

Interesting concept.  I wonder how hard the salt is on the machine?

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3D Printing Creates Unique Exoskeleton For Broken Bones

3D Printing Creates Unique Exoskeleton For Broken Bones | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
Images courtesy Jake Evill and Cortex Cast systems The future of health technology might not be designed by a technologist, scientist or roboticist, but by an artist, designer or dreamer.

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Pizza from a printer: NASA to spend $125,000 funding 3D food production project — RT USA

Pizza from a printer: NASA to spend $125,000 funding 3D food production project — RT USA | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
NASA is funding research into 3D printed food which would provide astronauts with meals during long space flights.
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NASA investeert in pizza printer

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3ders.org - Autodesk announces ReCap: Creating 3D data from photos and scans | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News

3ders.org - Autodesk announces ReCap: Creating 3D data from photos and scans | 3D Printer News & 3D Printing News | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
Today Autodesk announcd ReCap, a pair of 3D scanning apps that allows users to to create intelligent 3D models from laser scans and captured photos.
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Green Roof Industry Thrives in Toronto in Lead Up To Grey to Green - Living Architecture Monitor magazine

Green Roof Industry Thrives in Toronto in Lead Up To Grey to Green - Living Architecture Monitor magazine | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
Green Roof Industry Thrives in Toronto in Lead Up To Grey to Green Living Architecture Monitor magazine In 2012, the Toronto Metropolitan Region installed the most green roofs in Canada: 338,310 square feet (31,430 square meters), up from 227,657...

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Beautiful, Innovative, and Sustainable: The Future of Green Architecture

Beautiful, Innovative, and Sustainable: The Future of Green Architecture | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it

Today, architecture finds itself at a crossroads.

Building materials and new construction, along with the operation and maintenance of buildings, account for a significant sum of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions.

 

Faced with this fact, how are architects to responsibly pursue the act (and art) of architecture without further deteriorating the planet’s environmental make-up or depleting its resources?

What forms of high and low technology can be developed to curtail the injurious side of building?

Can good—or even great—architecture be sustainable?

 

The answer, of course, is yes. The best buildings have always shown a concern for their immediate environs and how they fit in them, whether they were conscious of “sustainability” or not. Now, all architects and buildings are expected to be engaged with sustainable standards, such as LEED titles, photovoltaic cells, or green roofs—all things that these 10 projects have in common. Check out our favorite projects in architecture + sustainability...


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Lauren Moss's curator insight, January 17, 2013 6:32 PM

A curated collection of (relatively) recent sustainable building projects that highlight innovative approaches to environmental design and green building, with links provided for additional information and details.

Paige's curator insight, August 6, 2014 2:47 PM

Green architecture! I've dreamt and have considered going into a field of real estate specializing in the building and selling of eco-friendly homes!

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Water sensitive design: integrating water with urban planning

Water sensitive design: integrating water with urban planning | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
Water has become a risk rather than an opportunity in our cities and that must change, writes Sue Illman (RT @guardiansustbiz: Water sensitive design: integrating water with urban planning - http://t.co/6Y0d9im5oH...
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New solar panel, cheap enough to challenge fossil fuels | ExtremeTech

New solar panel, cheap enough to challenge fossil fuels | ExtremeTech | Krachten die de bouw gaan innoveren | Scoop.it
Twin Creeks, a solar power startup that emerged from hiding today, has developed a way of creating photovoltaic cells that are half the price of today's cheapest cells.

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