Open Meals Uses 3D Printer To Make Sushi

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Open Meals Uses 3D Printer To Make Sushi

Japan based tech company Open Meals produced the first 3D printed sushi, which is named ‘8-bit sushi’. The pixels are intricately and delicately stacked on top of one another.

Only time will tell whether food technology of this kind will remain a novelty or gimmick or be developed to an elevated state in which it can enter the food industry and carve out its own niche.

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