In a family parents are often busy with their work and appointments and have limited time taking care of their kids. Image when their kids come home from school, they could prepare their own food anytime with a food machine. The Atomium, a new 3D-printing concept designed by Luiza Berté from Brazil is such a delightful device that allows anybody to create healthy and imaginative meals.
Atomium is a food 3D printer that develops meals based on the users’ desires of flavor and shape of their food. It will be equipped with a 3D imaging camera and software so when a kid shows a sketch or an object, Atomium will recognize this object/sketch by scanning it and creating 3D models out of 2D renderings. Molecular ingredients can be loaded into the device through Atomium’s feet. When the process of printing food is done the head is opened then child can take meal from Atomium….
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