Most would rather eat a chicken leg than devise a prosthetic one.
Not young Australian Summer Farrelly. She’s using a 3D printer to create spare limbs for chickens. I’m not pulling your leg…..or the chicken’s.
The guinea pig…..in this case a rooster…..is Jack Frost from the U.S. He lost his feet to frostbite.
Farrelly is testing different materials and sizes of chicken’s feet to help Jack and others.
Artificial chicken feet from a 3D printer and now we have 3D food.
U-K based Nourish3D has developed fruit gum-like edible “stacks.”
Nourish3D claims to be the first company to 3D print seven layers to build a piece of food.
It might hit our store shelves early next year.
Hungry, but don’t want to go the store? More and more grocers are delivering.
Walmart now has Delivery Unlimited. 98 bucks a year or you can just pay as you get stuff delivered.
The Terre Haute Walmart’s deliver. Check the Walmart website to see if your store delivers. Walmart says 16-hundred stores will be in the program by year’s end.
More Walmart grocery news. It partnered with Apple to create the “Hey Siri: Add to Walmart” feature.
Add items to your Walmart online grocery cart after pairing your accounts. Pick up your order or have it delivered if you’re in Terre Haute.
If you’re high school senior is heading to Purdue, he or she can have food and drinks delivered on campus.
Download the app and Starship delivers. Top speed a blistering four-miles-an-hour, 6-point-4 kilometers sounds faster. The bot has 10 cameras and radar to navigate campus.
Track it on your cell and signal it when you see it. Pretty cool.
The Starship delivers at other schools and in local neighborhoods in some cities.
After all this food, we need a cup of coffee…..and the news.
Starbucks offering free digital news. The Wall Street Journal, USA Today and Chicago Tribune among the offerings. The digital news replacing the print newsstand.
Now we know how Mike Tank starts his day.