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Photos Of Cakes Made In A 3D Printer Emerge Online—And We're Hungry And Impressed

Photos Of Cakes Made In A 3D Printer Emerge Online—And We're Hungry And Impressed
Updated 5 months ago

Listen, it's not often we get to write articles that will appeal to as broad a range of people as this one will. If you love cake, architecture, geometry, math, cool patterns, snacks or people named Dinara, you're in for a thrill. Dinara Kasko was an architect who decided designing buildings wasn't cool enough for her anymore. She took the mathematical and geometric concepts she used in architecture and went, "What if we caked this?" 

The answer is amaze balls. Literally.

Dinara has created a range of 3D-printed silicon molds, which makes this culinary brilliance possible. 

She and pastry chefs around the world are having a blast baking cakes that look too cool to eat:

Oh, and she doesn't stop at cake!

We're not 100% sure we would have the heart to take the first bite...

Clearly Vincent doesn't share that concern:

Is making these cakes the best use of 3D printing technology to date? At least one person thinks so. 

You can follow Dinara and see more of what goes into making these treats (she uses some amazing tech to cut chocolate!) by clicking here.


H/T: Twitter