Briggo, a robotic barista that's the size of a telephone booth, claims to serve up a cup of coffee on par with Starbucks, without the hipster vibe.
As part of a campaign called “Bye Bye Red Eye,” the Dutch company Douwe Egberts set up coffee machines in airports, complete with facial recognition software, to dispense coffee to weary travelers.
The Trash Café is a unique mobile coffee spot that highlights environmental awareness through recycling and sustainability.
Barista Bot paints your face on the head of your latte, ending confusion about which coffee belongs to who.
Cup of coffee too hot? Harvest some of that waste energy to charge your gadgets.
Kazuki Yamamoto is a latte artist in Osaka with a serious set of skills. The gent paints in coffee and steamed milk famed characters from video games, cartoons, anime, manga and the rest of your childhood.
We've seen some fancy ways to improve the flavor of your morning brew, but few can compare to sending it through the digestive tract of an elephant for a little biological flavor enhancement.
Sure, we all want our morning cup of coffee. But if you are on your way to work and you feel compelled beyond reason to stop and get a cup, look around you. That drive for some caffeine may be coming to you by way of an ad campaign combining the irresistible smell of coffee with a Pavlovian jingle.
Coffee breaks are an inalienable right for every office worker. Problem is, between meetings and endless emails, it can be pretty hard to squeeze in. Thanks to a new invention called the "Textspresso" we can shave off a few valuable minutes by texting orders to the coffee machine and simply pick it up when it's ready.
Geek power and caffeine power have finally united. An Arduino Arduino powered machine has become the sixth highest funded project on Kickstarter — and with good reason. It proves you don't need the fanciest model on the market to make a good cup.