Personalized vegan foods made using 3D printed high-tech fiber with zero calories

3D printed high-tech fiber

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Yissum Research Development Company have just unveiled a futuristic, extremely impressive breakthrough for 3D printing technologies – personalized foods made using an edible, high-tech fiber with zero calories! This versatile fiber is known as nanocellulose.

According to the President of Yissum and CEO Yaron Daniely, “[t]he idea [of this 3D printed food technology] is to enable full control of the substances used for the purpose of creating healthy and tasty meals that can be eaten immediately. This has the potential to address a variety of challenges facing the field of nutrition.”

Foods such as meat substitutes could be easily printed, as well as producing allergy-friendly alternative products. Ultimately, this is a giant leap toward eliminating animal agriculture from food production altogether without compromising on traditional textures. Continue reading “Personalized vegan foods made using 3D printed high-tech fiber with zero calories”

The Most Exciting Ice Cubes You’ll Ever See, Thanks To 3D Printing (VIDEO)

To construct the coolest new thing in 3D printing, just add water. Tokyo-based advertising agency TBWA\ HAKUHODO created the most gorgeous ice cubes you’ll ever see. It’s all part of an ad campaign forJapanese Whisky, and it recently won 6 awards at this year’s Asia Pacific Ad Festival in Thailand. Continue reading “The Most Exciting Ice Cubes You’ll Ever See, Thanks To 3D Printing (VIDEO)”

New taulman3D t-glase Polar White Filament Developed For and Used in Food Rising’s Grow Box Systems

T-glase Polar White 3D printing filament, from taulman3D, was co-developed by the “Health Ranger,” Mike Adams, a Texas-based lab science director and inventor who worked with taulman3D to create the strong, water-tight material as part of his non-profit project Food Rising. The FoodRising.org site is dedicated to sustainable mini-farm concepts. Continue reading “New taulman3D t-glase Polar White Filament Developed For and Used in Food Rising’s Grow Box Systems”

3D Printing With Living Organisms “Could Transform The Food Industry” (VIDEO)

Dezeen and MINI Frontiers: food designer Chloé Rutzerveld has developed a concept for “healthy and sustainable” 3D-printed snacks that sprout plants and mushrooms for flavour. Rutzerveld’s Edible Growth project consists of 3D-printed shapes containing a mixture of seeds, spores and yeast, which will start to grow after only a few days. Continue reading “3D Printing With Living Organisms “Could Transform The Food Industry” (VIDEO)”