Far-future research dialogue by Philips Design
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As part of Cornell University's Fab@Home initiative, a group of scientists and students created a 3D printer that prints food.
"David Arnold, director of culinary technology at the French Culinary Institute, has been testing out the technology since October 2009. He loves the…Continue
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This lollipop has programmable taste
When you input data into a computer can activate this device to produce certain qualities of electronic pulse that give the sensation of certain tastes .
Imagine sending someone a taste message?
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Next step would be to work out nutritional content of the food inside.
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