The 3D printer that makes food and sweet treats
These Willy Wonka-style snacks are actually made with a 3D printer.
Source: suppliedadd added to the strange and wonderful gear list in CES, a 3D printer that prints delicious candy for you to eat, right in your living room.
MORE: The Top Ten weird and wonderful gadgets of CES 2014 are properly named \"ChefJet\" and it prints out real, edible and delicious sweets.
Using a combination of sugar and water, it produces a variety of sugar creams of different shapes and sizes, some of which are even hollow and contain very few spheres.
Sounds great, right?
That said, if you\'re willing to pay $5000 for the base model that only produces basic black and white candy.
Then there is a Pro model for nearly $10,000 that can do everything cool.
Pro increases the normal ChefJet by allowing you to mix edible pigments in your food, and is also able to print out the image of the groom and bride with detailed faces and clothes, as you can see on the wedding cake.
ChefJet and ChefJet Pro printers will be released in the US in the second half of this year, and there is no news about whether they will come to Australia.
But if you can afford it, you may not mind paying a little more for a courier to your home!