Open Meals 3D prints 8-bit sushi that you can eat

Open Meals 3D prints 8-bit sushi that you can eat

SXSW in Austin, Texas has been a hotbed for 3D printing innovations this week, with non-profit organization New Story presenting its Vulcan construction 3D printer (capable of producing a low-cost house in less than a day) and Bose unveiling a 3D printed prototype of its audio AR sunglasses . Somewhat out of left field, digital food startup Open Meals has now brought 3D printed sushi to the table. And not just 3D printed sushi, but teleported, 8-bit sushi. If you haven’t heard of Open Meals, the notion of 3D printed sushi that claims to be teleported and resembles 8-bit […]

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