Saturday, October 15, 2005

Dish-making machine unveiled

Dish-making machine unveiled
MIT Media Lab's Counter Intelligence Group have developed a machine that makes dishes on demand and recycles them after a meal. Made from food-grade, nontoxic acrylic wafers that can be shaped into cups, bowls, or plates when heated, they retain the original wafer shaped upon reheating. There is a 150 item limit to ensure that you will never run out of table settings. This prototype DishMaker can produce a dish that's 6" in diameter every 1.5 minutes, with the ability to customise it for future expansion

Now this is awesome! Dishes on demand and no washing! I still want my damned replicator though.


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