The Foodini is an example of the new wave of 3D printers for food. Just fill it with fresh ingredients, and out pops meals like ravioli, pizza, and hamburgers, ready to cook. Anthony detests the tyranny of food, and doesn’t have time for anything that stands in the way of productivity and effeciency. Jeff, on the other hand, can’t wait to eat delicious meals shaped like all sorts of things, and sees a world where design and artful presentation is decoupled from a food’s original form.
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