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Food Ink’s London launch is a futuristic frenzy

by • July 28, 2016 • No Comments


The team at 3D Printing Industry previously reported on Food Ink’s following stop in London as part of a pop-up dinner series, which features 100% 3D printed foods, utensils and furniture. Thankfully, one of our quite own was present for the event, and came back feeling full and futuristic.

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As promised, the night offered up a bunch of gorgeously plated dishes all of 3D printing devices. Meals were served on microchip-inspired place mats, additional solidifying the futuristicatmosphere of the night. Additionally, the multi-sensory menu was completely printed in-house during the event.

food ink_london4food ink_london12food ink_london11In an interview with Vice’s Munchies, Food Ink co-founder Anthony Dobrzensky reassured doubters of his 3D printed food, saying, “I knew intuitively which it may be effortless for a lot of people—people who love food—to be skeptical of this. I just wanted to do this project if the food may be impressive and I don’t want to substitute chefs. I wanted to work with them to see how we may work with the innovation to bring out the most in every other.” Boasting of the exceptional nutritional values of this food of in the future, Dobrzensky went on to say, “This food is created of all-natural ingredients and is additional healthy and nutritious than food in other restaurants. We manufacture a paste of naturally medicinal plant, flowers, and herbs of the hills outside Barcelona—quite potent and quite healthy—and combine which with the other ingredients in the ‘cartridge. You can manufacture things as vitamin-enriched as you want.”

More DIY dishes

Besides customizing vitamin levels, yet, Food Ink’s plates are completely pre-determined. As 3D printing becomes additional commercialized, it is significant which innovation remains inherently user friendly and customizable, since this is what sets 3D printing a part of other manufacturing technologies. In the field of 3D printed food companies are may already responding to consumers’ desires to take control of the manufacturing system. The Foodini, for example, is working to alter 3D food printing devices into common kitchen appliances, with which users can customize equiteday dishes. Food Ink’s dinner series is manufacturing waves in the industry but may probably sink ships if they added a few DIY dishes.

Feast your eyes

Below you can check out a few photos of the appetizing plates featured at Food Ink’s previous installment in Venlo, The Netherlands.

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Stay tuned with the 3D Printing Industry to see where Food Ink can end up following on their world tour.


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