It seems the rise of 3D printing technology is being used to the best of its ability as more and more companies task the technology with the groundbreaking challenge of printing selfies in all sorts of ingredients.
We’ve already seen the coffee machine that will print a picture of the customer directly on top but now, the mayonnaise company Hellmann’s, have developed a system that will draw a selfie of you with mayonnaise.
The company have produced a clever printer that will lineally take a snap of a person and reproduce their image on top of a burger.
The final image isn’t perfect but it’s certainly fun, though we really hope this doesn’t mark the height of our uses for the amazing technology.
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