3-D-Printed Edible Growth

Chloe Rutzerveld

Once upon a time yet not long ago, a young woman named Chloe Rutzerveld was finishing her studies at the Industrial Design at the Eindhoven University of Technology and becoming a Food and Concept designer. Soon, she was organizing interactive and experimental dinners with intriguing names like “The Other Dinner” (in Dutch, “Anders Eten“), which drew on current news topics or social or cultural issues.

Soon (and recently — as of last year, 2014), she was harnessing the power of 3-D Printing to help her design what she calls “Edible Growth.” She explains, “Edible growth is an example of a future food product that forms a bridge between new technologies and authentic practises of growing and breeding food.”

But why read on, when you can watch and listen to her explain?

Enjoy!

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