BeeHex print 3D pizzas and eat in 6 minutes

BeeHex: Forget autonomous cars for a while and imagine a world where you can have a delicious pizza in six minutes. The will now be at your disposal with minimal effort.

BeeHex, a Silicon startup who has invented a robot specialized in 3D printing pizzas!BeeHex

Everything starts with one smartphones. After choosing the size, dough, sauce and cheeses of the pizza, the bot takes over. In 60 , the machine creates the pizza before notifying you that it's time to put it in the oven.

Five minutes later, you can have a delicious (?) Pizza on your plate.

And if you want to create a calli πίτσα, το bot σας προσφέρει αρκετές επιλογές προσαρμογής. Απλά ανεβάστε μια εικόνα jpg, και το μηχάνημα θα κάνει το καλύτερο δυνατό για να μιμηθεί το σχήμα και τις καμπύλες που εμφανίζονται στην εικόνα.

BeeHex has recently secured a $ 125.000 dollar funding from NASA to continue developing the project. The US space agency hopes the robot can offer something more delicious than the vacuum-filled food it has to astronauts, especially now that they are thinking of future manned missions on Mars.

125.000 dollars are just the icing on the cake. The company also secured 1 million dollars for seed financing last month, according to TechCrunch, to launch its first commercial product: Chef 3D.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kYopdes1x1o

Beginning later this year, Chef 3D could be everywhere: theme parks, stadiums, and / or shopping malls. The rental team of the product will assume the cleanliness and proper operation of the machine. The company reports that the machine requires only one person to work and will be faster than a typical pizzeria.

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