#techtuesday: 8-bit sushi, personalised exosuits, Alexa's creepy laughing fits and more

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8-bit sushi and the dawn of digitised food


Digital food platform Open Meals boasted their ability to 3D-print food whilst revealing some nifty appetite appeasing technology at the SXSW interactive festival recently. Open Meals has created a Pixel Food Printer that 3D prints edible pixels. The tech links up to a “food base,” which works like a digital database for all sorts of different foods. The mission is to allow people to search, download, and upload food data. The patent-pending food base connects to the pixel food printer, a custom-built


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