The alien shape of the Atomium 3D Food Printer certainly does not give away its function. You would never guess that this odd-looking appliance boasts the ability to build healthy food right before your eyes, executing it molecule by molecule.
Beginning with groups of atoms, the cutting-edge culinary contraption forms food layer by layer, and precisely to the user's preference. Designed with children in mind, the Electrolux device accepts suggestions in the form of drawings and pictures, giving it goal for how the finished product should look, and even what sorts of flavors it will have.
In addition to receiving recommendations, Luiza Silva's Atomium 3D Food Printer also makes some of its own decisions. The robotic chef creates based on what's best for the person medically, anatomically and with their activities considered.