Internet, meet Burritob0t. The creation of Tisch School of the Arts student Marko Manriquez, the BurritoB0t is a machine that prints burritos. The project, dubbed Burritobot, is more than just a stunt novelty–it’s a sneak peak at the future of fast food.
Part of Manriquez’s master’s thesis, the system allows you to place your order via iPhone. Orders can be customized down to how much salsa you’d like on your meal. The Burritobot exists at the fringes of 3-D printing. Unlike some 3-D printers which extrude layer upon layer of plastics to create a three dimensional object, the Burritobot extrudes customizable amounts of Mexican ingredients onto a pre-made tortilla to a user’s taste.
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