The technology used to build this solar house is revolutionary.
After watching the video I can see it being the future of sustainable housing and energy not just for housing but also for working, commuting, and even transporting goods.
Software is used to design every component of the house according to the environment that it’s sitting in.
This means every angle is taken into account in regards to seasons and solar energy collection.
Once the design is completed, you send it off to the manufacturer which prints out every component of the house in 3D so that it arrives ready for you to assemble.
It’s massive customization uniting with prefabrication. This technology allowed them to put together the home in just two weeks after the parts arrived.
Thanks to all of the strategically placed solar panels and windows, the home produces 150% of the energy it needs.
What does this kind of amazing technology mean for our future?
It means our cars will be powered by the sun thanks to strategic solar house design.
It means our neighbors can buy power from each other instead of oversized corporations.
It also means a cleaner environment and a brighter future for our children.
It means we can produce homes that are completely customized at affordable prices thanks to software and machines.
Best of all, a largely reduced dependence on oil to power our homes, offices, and move us around.
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