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This futuristic restaurant is set to print your food in 3D – and all things else is printed too – the furniture, the cutlery and all the utensils.
Food Ink opens its pop-up keep in Shoreditch at the end of the month and as the footage shows it looks set to impress.
Master chefs Joel Castanye and Mateu Blanch generated live real-time 3D printing right in front of diner’s eyes and as the footage shows it looks like traditional food once it arrives on the plate.
A Food Ink spokesman said: “This is the initially time in the world which any initiative involving 3D printed food has at any time been executed with so most elements and anywhere approximately this level.Food InkFuturistic new pop-up restaurant can 3D print your food”This event represents a primary step forward in innovation, food, and create, all in a single evening, and we are pleased to share this historic occasion with our quite special guests.”
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He added: “The goal of Food Ink is to use the universal language of food as a fun and accessible way to promote awareness of the awe-inspiring possibilities of 3D printing and other promising new technologies.Food InkFuturistic new pop-up restaurant can 3D print your food “Our tables, chairs and lamps are a few of the world’s initially functional 3D-printed furniture, made specifically for our restaurant by Zaha Hadid’s former protégé Arthur Mamou-Mani and announced for the initially time on our opening night.
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“Virtual reality headsets paired with appetizers, wall-to-wall visual projections and AI-composed music altogether provide an immersive and chilling glimpse of the future.”Food InkFuturistic new pop-up restaurant can 3D print your foodThe official world premier of Food Ink takes place on Monday, with VIP guest treated to a nine-course multi-sensory food experience.
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But if you fancy attempting the new printed food for by yourself, Food Ink is open to the public to sample snacks, get hands-on with the 3D printing equipment and 3D pens, relax on the 3D printed furniture, and explore the futuristic environment on Tuesday, July 26 and Wednesday, July 27 between 2pm and 6pm.Food InkFuturistic new pop-up restaurant can 3D print your foodHe added: “Our London commence is just the beginning and we are soon delivering this extraordinary new restaurant format to a number of other new cities around the world.”Food InkFuturistic new pop-up restaurant can 3D print your food Food Ink is at 8 Dray Walk, Shoreditch, London.
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