|大和田 茂||Shigeru Owada||Sony CSL||Sony CSL|
We present the jello printer, which enables to print shapes into jello. This is the first step to print food data in tangible and edible manner. Although the current system did not achive this goal, our system allows the user to easily deform and cut the shape to facilitate browsing, as well as tasting it. In addition, our system is capable to represent 3D height field. This feature makes it possible to interactively specify arbitrary cross-section to explore 3D structure. We present several examples that show how our technique represents shape information into jello media.
3D printer, Rendering, Edible User Interface, Tangible Interfaces