Alienware MK is a futuristic car that is grown, not assembled, as we are used to it. Will it be possible? More recently, Stanford University engineers have successfully built a biological transistor, it's just a matter of time before we start building biological machines. Designer Shane Baxley commented on his project as follows.
The project began last year, when I held a senior position at the Art Center of the College of Design. All this time I was engaged in environmentally friendly vehicles, which were something new for me, but one night I was visited by the idea of designing something incredibly crazy. So I asked myself what this car will look like, which I already then came up with the name.
In theory, Alienware will be used for racing in the distant future, where vehicles will be grown, not built. The driver will be synchronized with the car through his suit, and the vehicle itself will in fact be one large biological computer. This does not go beyond the reality; engineers at Stanford University recently successfully created the world's first biological transistor, thereby opening the doors to biological computers. The grown vehicles are definitely dreams of the future, which I hope will emerge much sooner than we think.Photogallery Total | 10 pictures