Are you a fan of sitting in traffic? How about large machinery blocking major roads during the summer?
What’s that? YOU AREN’T!!??!?!?
Well a solution may be in sight. An ingenious Harvard grad (are there any dumb Harvard grads?) Robert Flitsch has created the Addibot. It is basically a 3D printer on wheels. In his prototype he built an Addibot that can re-surface an ice rink, so instead of flooding a rink and resurfacing it, thereby shutting it down for a while, the Addibot can drive over the ice and fix the chunks and cuts that have been taken out of the ice. Now take that same technology and use hot tar instead of cold water, that is what he is working on now. The Addibot could spell the end for the large tar and asphalt machines with teams of a dozen workers fixing pot holes and cracks in the road. Taking this technology, you can look down the road (see what I did there) and see a time when patching a road is so easy and quick you may even miss sitting in traffic.
What’s that? YOU WON’T!!?!?!???!