Atomium – Finalist Electrolux Design Lab 2013

Atomium is a 3D printer that uses molecular ingredients to construct food layer by layer. The product helps children prepare their own food in a fun way, it turns the moment of eating into an enjoyable, creative and healthy activity. The child can draw the shape of the food they would like to eat, show it to the appliance, which then detects this information and prints food in the desired shape as well as choosing molecular ingredients to construct nutritional balance for user’s body, thus also making eating healthier.
Designer: Luiza Silva
University: Bachelor of Design, Federal University of Technology- Parana, Brazil

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