3-D printed food
By narcing on the fruit around it, the 3-D printed fruit helps assure food quality.
What better way to celebrate the arrival of Easter than by splurging on a custom 3-D printed chocolate egg in the shape of your face? Thanks to British food art duo Bompas & Parr, now you can.
One government-sponsored project fills the cartridges of a 3-D printer with liquefied veggies, meat, and carbs for a cuisine called Smoothfood, created for senior citizens in old folks’ homes.