Food Hacking

The maker movement in Japan has inspired some makers to challenge the way we eat

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  1. Nice! Like many subcultures of the Maker Movement, I like how the research here is playful and experimental, but has potential applications that are much bigger. For example at the end when the designer asked “We all have different tastes, but how can we allow everyone to enjoy the same food?” My first reaction was “we should celebrate the diversity of food available to us!” but then they started talking about food for space missions and other extreme environments, and it made me think about applications for getting children to eat nutritious food…this is all a good reminder that having fun with your work can lead to great things!

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