This is no joke! At The Big Bang Fair, (the UK’s largest event aimed at inspiring young people into STEM careers). scientists revealed a 3D printer capable of printing school lunches!
What?! How is this even possible?
We tossed this around quite a bit on the show, wondering how it could work. Our research revealed that the printers are actually just taking real food and turning it into interesting shapes and designs in order to make it more appealing to students.
Hmmm, we have to think about this a little more, do we want our kids eating something that came out of a printer? Seems a bit like regurgitation!
Also, we are going to be highly annoyed if this thing takes off and people start to refuse to eat anything unless it has been printed! Can you say Printarian?!