"I made the Digital Chocolatier, a machine that builds chocolates layer by layer, from the bottom up. Four tubes hold nuts or chocolate. The chocolate tubes are heated for melting. For each layer, a servomotor
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We've covered a whole lot of Samsung smart appliances over the years: the fridge, the washing machine, even the window. Samsung might not have figured out how to work the window into your standard apartment