Shoes are always getting scuffed up, worn and generally beaten to heck as we wear them during our daily routines, so multidisciplinary designer and researcher Shamees Aden decided to bioengineer self-repairing and terrain-adapting shoes of the future in his series called PROTOCELLS.
He teamed up with Dr. Martin M. Hanczyc to create these shoes made out of living cells, and claims they could become a reality by 2050. They look like they’re made out of Play-Doh, or some kind of sea sponge. Let's hope these protocells don't develop a taste for human flesh, or we're all in big trouble.
Via Animal NY