You might be able to 3D print food. But would you eat it?

Description

Could you imagine serving a 3D printed turkey for Christmas lunch? Or munching on a 3D printed pizza for an afternoon snack?

This is not as far fetched as it sounds. While 3D printers have mainly been in the news for their ability to manufacture inedible goods, they are increasingly being used for culinary endeavours.

Subject

Technology; Digital Sociology

Period5 Jan 2017

Media coverage

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Media coverage

  • TitleYou might be able to 3D print food. But would you eat it?
    Media name/outletWorld Economic Forum
    CountrySwitzerland
    Date5/01/17
    PersonsBethaney Turner, Deborah Lupton