A team from MIT’s Self-Assembly Lab and BMW’s design department have developed liquid-printed inflatable materials that can change shape and form, post-manufacture. Considered the first fully printed inflatable structures, the materials are air and water tight, but can expand and contract using air pressure controlled by a pneumatic system. This process allows for customization and manipulation of 3D printed objects based on the user or the application. The liquid-printed pneumatics will be on display until Nov. 18 at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum as part of the “The Future Starts Here” exhibition. [Self Assembly Lab]