What’s better than delicious sushi? How about 3D-printed sushi that looks like it belongs in an 8-bit video game?
The guys at Open Meals want to do for food what Apple did for digital music: make it easy to download — or in this case “teleport” — food from anywhere in the world.
Food Base is basically the iTunes of 3D printable food.
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To achieve this, they’ve created two key components. The first is a patent-pending “Food Base” digital food platform that stores precise measurements (flavor, shape, color, nutrients, and texture) of different kinds of foods. Read more…