Consumer 3D printers aren't just for printing plastic trinkets and toys. This one prints edible chocolates. Mmmm.
3-D printing has come a long way. Finally, you can turn a photo of your face into a chocolate mask of the same.
A new series of chocolate themed stamps from Belgium, lets you get a taste of that country's most famous export as you send out the mail.
This lamp looks like it's made of chocolate because it is, in fact, made of a big hunk of real chocolate with a light bulb inside.
Low fat chocolate is an abomination. Chocolate is more than a flavor: that luscious meltinyourmouthiness comes from giant awesome globs of cocoa butter. You can't get rid of the fat without destroying the essence of chocolate itself, but chemists have instead figured out how to magically replace it, using fruit juice.
Easter: the one day a year you don't have to hide the fact that eating a giant chocolate-shaped animal for breakfast is delightful. And this Easter, you can follow that gluttonous breakfast by purchasing a printer that will allow you to create giant chocolate-shaped animals (or any chocolates) whenever you want.
Lil' Wayne once said, "Off the rat, he won't rat no more." Elegant as Weezy's lyrics were, he might be using "rat" a little incorrectly, since it turns out rats are predisposed toward helping each other (among other things). Rats, long known to be social creatures, will help each other escape from cages, and display actual empathy.
They say that with a 3D printer, you can make whatever you want. I want a snack. And I'm in luck, because in what may be the best coincidence ever, chocolate can be used as a 3D printing material. Computer, make me a bonbon!
The Office M&M Dispenser Maze by Project 240 is a "dispenser that was somewhat more entertaining than reaching into a jar, but also reduces the large M&M flux caused by greedy handfuls." I guess someone just doesn't like sharing? Instead...
If you're the kind of person who needs to text or call your sweetie every five minutes, you might want to check out these cavity inducing melty chocolate phones from Japanese designer Q-Pot. Working in collaboration with Sharp, Q-Pot came...