There are now restaurants and chefs exploring the possibilities of 3D-printed food and The Big Bang Fair took it upon itself to offer a look at the future of food by creating 3D-printed school meals for St Helen’s Primary School.
To inspire an interest in STEM, The Big Bang Fair used additive manufacturing to share creatively reinvented dishes like Cauliflower Cogs, 3D broccoli stars, spiral squash dishes and more imaginative creations that do more than just inspire kids to make healthy eating choices. Many young students feel that their education would be better supported with access to technology like 3D printers and a survey conducted alongside the event reveals that 3D printers may become the norm within a decade.
The Big Bang Fair is coming up in March of next year and it will attract plenty of youth who are interested in STEM.
The Big Bang Fair Created Fun, Futuristic Meals for a Primary School
Laura McQuarrie — October 9, 2018 — Social Good
References: thebigbangfair & prexamples