Is 3D printing food the way to stop world hunger? Does this mean we will all be eating food that is made by zeroes and ones in the future? The answer could be yes. In this short video by SourceFeed, called 3D Print Your Food!, presenters Joe Bereta and Steve Zaragoza tell you everything you ever wanted to know about the field of 3D printing food.
Image: the 3D printed Shoe Burger, by Tristan Bethe via Shapeways.
A big contractor in this field has said the following about this, according to SourceFeed: “one of the major advantage of 3D printing is that it provides personalized nutrition. If you’re male, female, someone is sick – they all have different dietary needs. If you can program your needs into a 3D printer, it can print exactly the nutrients a person needs.” What do you think of this yourself? Do you mind eating food that is made by a device or do you think it will be the future for everyone of us? Here’s the video: