3D Printing Is About To Transform The Food Industry, Watch This Video And Learn Why

While still eight to ten years away from hitting the market, people are already getting excited about 3D printing, especially as it pertains to the food industry. Watch as food designer Chloé Rutzerveld explains her work and how–in spite of how mechanized it may seem–can really clean up today’s food industry.

Meet Mr. Toilet

40 percent of the world’s population (that’s over two billion people) still lack access to simple toilets, which poses a major problem for solving poverty and reducing the incidence of disease. But given its perceived “grossness”, we don’t really like to talk about it. Businessman-turned-sanitation hero Jack Sim addresses the smelly elephant in the room in this fascinating short.

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Sick Of “Smart” Phones? This Short Doc Is For You

In “Phone Life”, documentary filmmaker Ivan Cash explores the social dimensions of owning a smart phone in one of the United States’ tech capitals: San Francisco. Following two characters, a young, smart phone-obsessed girl and a tech designer who’s never owned a cellphone, Cash questions the worlds we create and deny thanks to the emergence of “smart” technology. Definitely a “first world problem”, but a problem nonetheless.

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The Parkour Guide To Gaza

Earlier this year graffiti artist Banksy recommended that people visit Gaza. Of course, Banksy’s Gaza is quite different from Gaza as experienced by those who actually live there. Thus they, with the help of The Guardian, take us on a tour of the tiny, packed and largely devastated area, unpacking the political and economic issues Gaza residents deal with every day. And of course, they do so through parkour and to the sounds of Shadia Mansour, Palestine’s biggest female hip-hop artist.

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