Human-centered design and sustainability have rightly become global priorities. In China, more often known for its megacities and high-speed urbanization, these were core themes at this year’s Beijing
GEMBLOUX, Belgium (Reuters) - Layer by layer, 0.2 millimeters at a time, a specialized printing machine at Belgian chocolate shop Miam Factory applies melted chocolate to shape a three-dimensional object.
We've 3D-printed plastic, metals, and wood fiber. And now that same technology is being used to make chocolates and pizza. Unlike with most other food, how printed meals taste isn't the real point. It's
A Belgian start-up uses 3D printing for Easter chocolates, creating treats ranging from the traditional Easter bunny to the more unusual beer bottle. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). ▲ Hide Transcript