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Looking good enough to eat, it’s not: 3D Printed Food by Janne Kyttannen (Freedom of Creation) uses 3D printed everyday meals like burgers, cereal and pasta, to examine the future of 3D printing and how it might be used by consumers to create new food forms in the future.


The images of burgers, cereal and pasta represent the idea in theory, but Kytannen expects that, when 3D printing meals becomes possible for consumers, they will choose to create new forms and concepts that are far from the archetypes we eat now.

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