Technology


August 20, 2020

Tokyo Restaurant Offers 3D-Printed Sushi Tailored to Your Health Needs

A new Tokyo restaurant called Sushi Singularity offers 3D-printed sushi that's “hyper-personalized” to each guest's health and nutrient needs. Scheduled to open this year, this restaurant by Open Meals (a Japanese company dedicated to facilitating a new food revolution) aims to revolutionize sushi by digitizing its ingredients, designs, and flavors. In addition to the restaurant's alternative method to food preparation, guests are required to submit biological samples (via a health test kit)

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August 7, 2020

Ingenious Wireless Charger Also Doubles as a Phone Sanitizer

Keeping things clean and sanitized is on everyone's mind right now. Of course, there's a lot of talk about face masks, which are vital, but what about all the other ways that you can transmit germs? These days, the one item that everyone is constantly touching with their hands and holds close to their face is their cell phone.

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July 16, 2020

This Search Engine Plants Trees With Its Profits and It Just Reached Its 100 Million-Tree Milestone

Ecosia is no ordinary search engine—for the past 11 years, the eco-conscious company has been using its profits to plant trees around the world. Earlier this month, the German nonprofit celebrated planting its 100 millionth tree, making them the organization who has planted more native and biodiverse tree species globally than any other. When someone searches the web using Ecosia, ads generate income, which is then used to plant trees.

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