Is a 3D-printed plate that makes food droplets move without being touched really as magical as it sounds?

– Can create an intriguing visual experience by making food droplets move without any physical contact. – Offers potential for innovative and creative food presentations. – Introduces a unique dining experience that can impress guests.
– Showcases advancements in 3D printing and electrowetting on dielectric technology.

– May raise concerns about food safety and hygiene, as the technology involves direct contact with food.
– Could be seen as gimmicky or unnecessary, adding complexity to a relatively simple process.
– Might increase the cost of food preparation due to the required equipment and materials.
– Could potentially create a disconnect between the texture and taste of the food, focusing primarily on aesthetics rather than flavor.


Introducing the revolutionary “computational food” design, featuring ground-breaking electrowetting on dielectric technology.