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While it’s difficult for us to wrap our heads around how a 3D printer actually works, many of us have come to terms with it being the center of our future. It’s pretty cool how it’s being used for medical innovations and research — technology is truly evolving.

3D printers are not only changing the way we see and use things, but the way we eat things too. One UK restaurant is making that possible with printed food.

Food Ink, a London-based company, is a pop-up shop that offers its customers the newest 3D experience. The entire restaurant has been made from one of its printers — not only the furniture and utensils, but the food too.

The revolutionary company works with chefs, designers, inventors and architects to give us a one of a kind meal.

Scroll through to see some incredible coffee art made from a 3D printer:

Frida Kahlo in a cup… #coffeeripples #coffeeart #frida #fridakahlo #barista #cafe #art #ceweek #art

Making our Ripple on the world! #coffee #coffeeart #inspo #3dprinting #coffeeripples #ceweek #tech

What do you get when you add @waze and Ripples together? A happy commute! #coffee #coffeeart #latte #latteart #waze #happy #coffeegram #instacute #startups #startuplife

With Ripples foam becomes your canvas. Debuting at CEWeek. #ceweek #nonstopyou #coffee #foam #coffeeart #ripplescoffee #coffeegram

Excited for our debut at CEWeek! Stop by for a cup! #ripples #coffeeripples #ceweek #coffee #ceweek15#cafe #coffeeart

The forecast in foam… #coffee #coffeeart #coffeeripples #cappuccino #cafe #forecast #weather #tokyo

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While it’s difficult for us to wrap our heads around how a 3D printer actually works, many of us have come to terms with it being the center of our future. It’s pretty cool how it’s being used for medical innovations and research — technology is truly evolving.

3D printers are not only changing the way we see and use things, but the way we eat things too. One UK restaurant is making that possible with printed food.

Food Ink, a London-based company, is a pop-up shop that offers its customers the newest 3D experience. The entire restaurant has been made from one of its printers — not only the furniture and utensils, but the food too.

The revolutionary company works with chefs, designers, inventors and architects to give us a one of a kind meal.

Scroll through to see some incredible coffee art made from a 3D printer:

Frida Kahlo in a cup… #coffeeripples #coffeeart #frida #fridakahlo #barista #cafe #art #ceweek #art

Making our Ripple on the world! #coffee #coffeeart #inspo #3dprinting #coffeeripples #ceweek #tech

What do you get when you add @waze and Ripples together? A happy commute! #coffee #coffeeart #latte #latteart #waze #happy #coffeegram #instacute #startups #startuplife

With Ripples foam becomes your canvas. Debuting at CEWeek. #ceweek #nonstopyou #coffee #foam #coffeeart #ripplescoffee #coffeegram

Excited for our debut at CEWeek! Stop by for a cup! #ripples #coffeeripples #ceweek #coffee #ceweek15#cafe #coffeeart

The forecast in foam… #coffee #coffeeart #coffeeripples #cappuccino #cafe #forecast #weather #tokyo

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More in lifestyle:
Starbucks’ new drink comes with an anti-inflammatory kick
Gluten-free diet becoming more common even if celiac disease isn’t
Research: Babies who take antibiotics are at higher risk of developing food allergies

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