Wednesday, January 20, 2010

MIT's Fluid Interfaces Group

Carnucopia is a concept that could potentially change the way we eat. Designed by two grad students at MIT's Fluid Interfaces Group, the design is, in simple terms, a machine that prints food in three dimensions. An array of food canisters stores and refrigerates the user's favorite ingredients. When required, these ingredients are piped into a mixture and extruder head that can create accurate proportions of the desired item and deposit the same.

Carnucopia Project, Shapeways and Make

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