Edible Growth

Grow your little 3D printed garden in about 5 days and enjoy the delicious, fresh and nutrient-rich edible.
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Flavored Fork

You can get your youth dream come true: with this Aromafork even the veggies you don’t like will taste like candy.
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Dry-age your own steaks at home

Skip the expensive butchers and stuffy steakhouses : This new device, The Steaklocker, makes the process of dry-aging steaks a reality in the average home.

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Funghi chair

This chair grows funghi on it (!!!). Designer Eric Klarenbeek developed in collaboration with Wageningen University a Mycelium Chair. This chair was printed with living materials. We are impressed by the way of using the 3D printing technique with growing material. The basis of the chair is straw with a thin layer of bio plastic. It is ‘produced’ in a special clean greenhouse. The chair is a metaphor of what can be achieved with new materials and production methods. Continue Reading →

Super fridge

The V-Tex technology beats all of the continuously running refrigerators in retail, restaurants and at home. The project was brought to life to cut the energy expense in refrigerating. Continue Reading →

Colour changing food label

These food labels from Insignia Technologies change colour to indicate whether your food is still fresh, to be used soon or past best. The label starts working immediately after you open your pack. Continue Reading →

Espresso Hack

Three students from the RMIT University in Melbourne created an open source espresso machine. The machine can easily be opened and customized by the user, by removing the panels on the outside of the machine. Continue Reading →

The coolest popsicles ever

These are the coolest popsicles we’ve ever seen! Designer Davis Marx wanted to change the boring popsicle shapes and created the world’s first molecular popsicle.
For this invention three years of development with university scientists, a Michelin three-star chef, and a manufacturer of industrial nitrogen machinery was necessary. The goal: completely reinventing the form, function, and flavor of freezer pops. Continue Reading →

In-vitro meat flower

The Meat Flower is illustrative for the diminishing of borders between ‘meat’ and ‘vegetarian’ due to emerging technology: although the cultured meat is grown from animal cells, no animals are hurt and injured in the process.
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Artists Miriam Simun and Miriam Songster developed a device that mimics the act of eating. They created the device to let people imagine how it would feel when certain types of food can’t be produced anymore because of environmental disaster. Continue Reading →