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OffbeatThis 3D-Printed Sushi is Customized For You Based on the Biological Sample You Send In

06:40  16 march  2019
06:40  16 march  2019 Source:   mentalfloss.com

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By using “ biological samples ” including “saliva, urine, [and] stool,” Open Meals will create a 3 D - printed sushi that ’s tailored to each And if you didn’t think the process of making reservations wasn’t already a hassle, this one’s for you . A reservation will trigger the restaurant to send a “health

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Many high-end restaurants require guests to make a reservation before they dine. At Sushi Singularity in Tokyo, diners will be asked to send fecal samples to achieve the ideal experience. As designboom reports, the new sushi restaurant from Open Meals creates custom sushi recipes to fit each customer's nutritional needs.

Open Meals is known for its experimental food projects, like the "sushi teleportation" concept, which has robotic arms serving up sushi in the form of 3D-printed cubes. This upcoming venture takes the idea of a futuristic sushi restaurant to new extremes.

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3 D - printed sushi will come in various designs. now, according to austin news site KXAN, open meals wants to use ‘ biological samples ’ to create sushi that meets the after booking the restaurant will send a ‘health test kit’ inviting guests to mail back a vial of their waste. sushi singularity will then

By using “ biological samples ” including “saliva, urine, [and] stool,” Open Meals will create a 3 D - printed sushi that ’s tailored to each And if you didn’t think the process of making reservations wasn’t already a hassle, this one’s for you . A reservation will trigger the restaurant to send a “health

Guests who plan on dining at Sushi Singularity will receive a health test kit in the mail, with vials for collecting biological materials like urine, saliva, and feces. After the kit is sent back to the sushi restaurant, the customer's genome and nutritional status will be analyzed and made into a "Health ID." Using that information, Sushi Singularity builds personalized sushi recipes, optimizing ingredients with the nutrients the guest needs most. The restaurant uses a machine to inject raw vitamins and minerals directly into the food.

To make things even more dystopian, all the sushi at Sushi Singularity will be produced by a 3D-printer with giant robotic arms. The menu items make the most of the technology; a cell-cultured tuna in a lattice structure, powdered uni hardened with a CO2 laser, and a highly detailed model of a Japanese castle made from flash-frozen squid are a few of the sushi concepts Open Meals has shared.

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Where most food printers produce layers of pureed ingredients, Open Meals uses a water- based creation Because the injected gels can be customized , they could potentially be used to deliver vital Because the sushi is currently printing in five-millimeter blocks, the result is a bit old-school

" Sushi combined with biometrics will enable hyper-personalization based on biometric and genomic data." This Japanese Company Wants to 3 D - Print Custom Sushi for Each Diner. But before you eat, you ’ll need to hand over some “ biological samples ,” including urine and saliva.

The company plans to launch Sushi Singularity in Tokyo some time in 2020. Theirs won't be the first sushi robots to roll out in Japan: The food delivery service Ride On Express debuted sushi delivery robots in the country in 2017.

[h/t designboom]

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