The University of Exeter's Dr. Liang Hao, lead researcher on the 3D chocolate printer project (Photo: EPSRC)
Scientists have created a 3D printer that makes chocolates in shapes determined by the user (Photo: EPSRC)
Examples of chocolates created by the 3D chocolate printer (Photo: EPSRC)
If you’re trying to woo that special someone, instead of just bringing them a box of ordinary chocolates, how about a box of chocolates that look like you? You’re right, that would just be creepy, but chocolates formed into user-defined shapes are nonetheless now a possibility, thanks to a 3D chocolate printer developed at the University of Exeter.
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