The recently concluded Microsoft BUILD 2014 (that saw Nokia’s presence there as well) had its fair share of moments when it came to 3D printing capability being paraded. The integration of 3D printing with the Windows Phone platform has not been refined just yet, but this does not mean that Nokia is going to eschew this potential market by fabricating edible technology courtesy of 3D printing tech, of course.
Considering how Easter Sunday is just around the corner, Nokia decided to take the 3D printing idea to churn out a worthy task, which would involve chocolate. After all, it is very rare to find someone who is able to resist chocolate, unless that person suffers from an allergy or is simply disciplined enough to stay away from such sinful calories.
Known as #Chokia, this happens to be the fruit of the most recent 3D printing research by Nokia. Chocolatier Mark Jones was tasked with producing the Nokia logo via a 3D printer which replaces “ink” with chocolate. Not exactly the easiest of tasks, considering how chocolate needs to be mixed correctly at the right temperature so that it does not clog up the nozzle. Gotta say that it looks like an extremely delicious effort!
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