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The food of the future? Researchers reveal how they cook 3D-printed cuisine using LASERS

The food of the future? Researchers reveal how they cook 3D-printed cuisine using LASERS
Researchers at Columbia University are using lasers to cook 3D-printed meals – with the goal of creating “end-to-end” cooking. RT America sampled the futuristic snacks.

Jonathan Blutinger and his colleagues at Columbia’s Engineering Lab are experimenting with a revolutionary new way to cook. The team have created a machine that prints and assembles meals – cooked to order by lasers.

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According to Blutinger, the aim is to create a software-controlled appliance that is able to perform “end-to-end” cooking.

RT America’s Trinity Chavez sampled the lab’s laser-warmed offerings.

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