Open Meals has embarked on an interesting project that involves the personalization of 3D-printed sushi. Unlike most examples of this in the industry, the Japanese company goes one step further in customization as its products are informed by biological samples from the consumer.
The 3D-printed sushi concept is yet to be realized and Open Meals plans to do so through a yet-to-be-launched restaurant — 'Sushi Singularity.' The eating establishment will operate based on reservation and guests will be sent a health test kit for biological samples — "saliva, urine [and] poop." After a thorough analysis, Open Meals will create personalized 3D-printed sushi that will incorporate nutrients that the dining guests needs.
Open Meals' project is a great example where high-profile customization meets health-focused goals.