Meet Cornucopia: A 3D Printer…That Prints Food

Cornucopia, a 3D Food Printer

Meet the Cornucopia, a printer developed by MIT’s Fluid Interfaces Group. They’ve just revealed their latest project a while ago, and they say that it’s “a three dimensional printer for food, which works by storing, precisely mixing, depositing and cooking layers of ingredients.”

I guess that we can still believe that today’s education is getting us somewhere.

“So like, if you feel like an apple, you just put an apple cartridge in, run the apple program, and wait while printer extrudes an apple shape. Heating and cooling elements in the print heads do all of the cooking for you.”

[TechEBlog]

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