Old school gaming meets toasted bread, with the NES Toaster by MyBurningEyes. Unfortunately, this is merely a 3D rendering, designed to toy with our emotions. But speak up and demand your NES Toaster, internet people. Perhaps this concept can become a reality like a certain tea ball that’s available now.
The Burritob0t, a 3D printer of sorts, is here to help fulfill all of your Tex-Mex desires. No longer will we be burdened with filling and rolling up our own burritos, or ordering the guy at Chipotle to do so.
Created by New York University ITP grad student Marko Manriquez, the prototype and its function are meant to help bring attention to the complexity of the seemingly simple burrito. And, rather than cartridges filled with cyan, magenta, and black — the Burritob0t’s contain crema, guac, and choice of salsa. Pantone fillings cost extra.
Using a 3D printer and sliced data sourced from an MRI scan, Instructables user Inition created a chocolate model of his friend’s brain. Seen below is Andy — who’s eating a white chocolate version of his very own head organ. How zombie.
Or, you can have an ice version. We won’t tell anyone that it’s not actually yours.