08/05/2014 11:03 EDT | Updated 08/05/2014 11:59 EDT

3D Printed Shoes Prove The Future Is Here, And It's Really Stylish

Continuum Shoe 3D printing Timelapse from Continuum Fashion on Vimeo.

You guys, the future is here and it looks like a pair of shoes.

Brooklyn, NY-based Continuum printing released a video of a 3D printer making a futuristic black wedge heel.

The shoes, which will eventually retail for $250 to $395 (hey, that's an even better deal than getting Manolos), are made mostly from plastic and thermoplastic polyurethane (a rubberlike material) and take from 16 to 20 hours to print, but luckily we don't have to wait that long in the sped-up video.

The fashion community is also slowly embracing the 3D printing trend, which has seen everything from cars and arms to bobbleheads and possibly even meals being made using the technology.

The 2013 Victoria's Secret fashion show outfitted model Lindsay Ellingson in 3D printed snowflake wings and Nike is developing 3D printed "custom pleats."

What's next? 3D printed bras? Dresses? Earrings? The possibilities are endless!

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