Some people seem to be doing truly awesome things with 3D printers.
A few weeks ago we saw Tel Aviv fashion student Danit Peleg 3D print her graduate collection and now the Human-Computer Interaction Institute have discovered how to print hair and other thin fibres.
This is a pretty huge development, with the technology able to create multiple colours and varients in texture.
We are hoping to eventually say goodbye to overpriced hair extensions and see an end to horrible exploitation of that makes up part of the hair extension industry.
We are also excited to think of the possibilities for people undergoing chemotherapy treatment or experiencing hair loss.
Check out how it works below.