Nico KlÃ¤ber's MolÃ©culaire is one of the eight finalists in the Electrolux Design Lab Challenge. I guess that if this technology appeals to the public, there might come a day when you'll wake up in the morning, push a button and eat anything you can imagine in a matter of seconds.
Anyway, it's an interesting future that seems to be closer and closer. Check out the blurb below to see how Nico KlÃ¤ber's MolÃ©culaire works.
Implications - The 3D food printers are based on a layer-by-layer technique; the process arranges particles from a list of ingredients. The 3D food printers are at once easy to use and deliver the goods in just minutes. This is a fantastic product.
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- By: Alexandru MaresAug 26, 2009 Updated: Aug 11 2011