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Brief Published: 24 Aug 2010

Cornucopia Food Printer


Amit Zoran’s work at the MIT Media lab has resulted in a series of devices that one day could be used to produce the food we consume.

Each part of the project addresses a fundamental process of cooking. The virtuoso mixer mixes the ingredients; the robotic chef provides the chemical transformation of the ingredients into new substances, while the digital fabricator turns the new compound into an aesthetically pleasing meal.

The Cornucopia food printer allows cooks to take molecular gastronomy to an extended and complex level, resulting in tailor-made food creations.