The Massachusetts Institute of Technology, better known as MIT, is world renowned for its brilliant students and faculty. They are also known for innovative student projects that result in interesting inventions.
The Cornucopia, esoterically referred to as a “3D printer for food,” is a grad-student project concocted by Marcelo Coelho and Amit Zoran that has canisters attached to the top of the apparatus containing food and flavoring. The canisters refrigerate and store the user’s favorite ingredients. The Cornucopia mixes precise amounts of ingredients from the canisters to produce food.
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