Philips - Gastronomy

2007 Food Printer

The food printer is a networked device where dishes can be downloaded and printed using edible ‘inks’, micro-encapsulated flavorings and stabilizers, which would essentially accept various edible ingredients and then combine and ‘print’ them in the desired shape and consistency, in much the same way as stereo lithographic printers create 3-D representations of product concepts.

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