Digital Food Printer (Might Not Be Advised For Cats)

I don’t know how many of you are familiar with a character called the Cat in a show called Red Dwarf…

MIT’s Digital Food Printer Creates Nutritious Meals

Marcelo Coelho and Amit Zoran, a couple ingenious minds at MIT… Hailed as ‘The Cornucopia’, this 3-D printer concept is a personal food factory that fuses the digital world with the realm of cooking by storing, precisely mixing, depositing, and cooking layers of ingredients with no waste.

After a meal selection has been made using the device’s multi-touch translucent screen, users are able to see their meal being assembled while simultaneously manipulating real-time parameters, such as calories or carbohydrate content. Each ingredient is then piped into a mixer and then very precisely extruded, allowing for very exact and elaborate combinations of food.

 You may be excited. I mean, yes, environmentally-friendly, nutritious, potentially cheaper over time and production…

All I can think of is my cat doing this:

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