It’s quite an exciting time for 3D printing. The industry is making unprecedented waves in all ranges of technology from science to art — and now food. Of course, 3D printed food is no new craze, as cutting-edge chefs around the world continue to fill printers with all kinds of mousses and cheeses. The international and multi-talented team behind Food Ink, however, have taken this futuristic food frenzy on the road. As part of a pop-up dinner series “where fine cuisine meets art, philosophy and tomorrow’s technologies,” Food Ink will set their printers down in New York, Tokyo, Barcelona, Cape Town, and this month, in London.
Created jointly by Antony Dobrzensky and Marcio Barradas, the Food Ink experience is made possible through a collaboration with Founding Partner byFlow, the inventor of the world’s first portable multi-material 3D-printer. The night will also feature virtual reality headsets paired with appetizers, wall-to-wall visual projections and AI-composed music to provide an immersive and thrilling glimpse of the future.
According to Arch Daily, Food Ink ultimately aspires to spark a “conversation about the future of sustainable food, nutrition, and health as well as demonstrate how emerging technologies may be changing our dietary and cultural habits.” A great way to combine art, technology and creativity, Food Ink is paving new roads in the culinary industry around the world. A limited number of tickets to the VIP Launch of Food Ink will be made available on Eventbrite for £250 starting at 9 AM (GMT) on Friday 15 July.
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