3D-printed GROWW repurposes Mason Jars into mini terrariums

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Warsaw-based UAU Project has combined 3D printing technology with upcycling ingenuity to create GROWW, a mini one-plant greenhouse perfect for small apartments. Make a GROWW yourself by downloading the 3D printing files from the UAU Project website. The final 3D-printed ribbed product can be combined with a plant and Mason jar to create a sealed environment. The team encourages people to print with PLA and reuse the product as many times as possible. + GROWW The article above was submitted to us by an Inhabitat reader. Want to see your story on Inhabitat ? Send us a tip by following this link . Remember to follow our instructions carefully to boost your chances of being chosen for publishing!

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Otocycles’ wicked cool new RaceR electric bike travels up to 15 MPH

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Star Wars helmets redesigned to fit elephants, hippos, and rhinos

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Sheltersuit is a transforming coat that becomes a sleeping bag to provide shelter to the homeless

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When the fun and games are over at a music festival, there is a ton of trash left behind. Now, abandoned festival tents may find a new life as shelter for the homeless. Called the Sheltersuit, each suit is made out of a tent and acts as a warm coat during the day and transforms into a sleeping bag for protection from the elements at night. READ MORE >

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