11 Food 3D Printers to Feed the Future

The future is a terrifying and/or wonderful place, according to most movies. What will we see? What will we do? What will we eat? Ever since the microwave taught us that not everything we eat has to come directly from nature, we’ve been inventing new ways of preparing foods and objects that Hostess tells us are food.

Now that 3D printing has the world enamored, it’s natural that the technology would be used to make food and to make making food easier, or at least weirder. It’s still a very new field, but food 3D printing is super exciting stuff and could, if Star Trek is an accurate depiction of how things will be 2,000 years from now, be the technology used to prepare all of our personally tailored meals. So, let’s run down a list of eleven different food printing machines, people, and organizations that are out there in the world-o-sphere to get a glimpse at the not-too-distant future of food:

1. The ChefJet from 3D Systems: Premiering at International CES this past January, the ChefJet 3D printer has produced some of the most delectable 3D prints I’ve ever seen and they taste almost as good as they look. The ChefJet was originally developed by a small firm, started by married architects Kyle and Liz von Hasseln, called the Sugar Lab. … (Read more)

Source: 3DprintingIndustry.com