The conceptual 'Neo Fruit' project has been created as a futuristic imagining of healthy, nutritious edibles that could be printed instead of grown or prepared. Designed by Meydan Levy of the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, the project consists of cellulose-made containers that are created using a 4D printer and integrated with a series of micro-tubes throughout. These tubes are then utilized post-printing to inject liquid that is enriched with minerals and vitamins to offer a nutritious experience for the consumer.
The conceptual 'Neo Fruit' project is the winner of the 2019 Core 77 Design Award in the Speculative Design category and imagines a potential alternative to grown foods in the ever-changing marketplace.
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