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I can’t wait until my mom can just e-mail me dinner, when she worries that I’m not eating properly, and all I will have to do is print it with Cornell’s Creative Machines Lab’s Food Printer.

The CCML food printers require edible inks and electronic blueprints called FabApps. This machine prints food using multiple cartridges, going line by line until the desired shape is extruded.

Ok, we might not be downloading our dinners and buying food in cartridge form any time soon, but this food printer is a start! [via geekologie]

Andrew Salomone

Andrew Salomone

Artist, writer, and teacher who makes work about popular culture, technology, and traditional craft processes.

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