December 9, 2013 |

3D Printed Pizza a Reality

By Jeremy White


We can hardly believe our eyes, but a company called Natural Machines has released a prototype called the Foodini. The 3D printer actually prints out an edible pizza. We don’t know which is more disturbing — the downright disgusting look of the printed dough or the fact that this technology is becoming a reality.

We reported earlier in 2013 that NASA was funding research on a 3D pizza printer. Looks like they have some competition. And, if this one day catches on in American homes, you might have some additional competition as well.

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