Home, office or public place, where ever you are, technology follows you to give you the utmost comfort and ease. Our kitchens too are not deprived of it. With this ever-increasing involvement of technology in our lives have you ever thought what the future of cooking would be? The future of food is here. On a liquid drip! Thanks to the ingenious designers, Marcelo Coelho and Amit Zorhan, the members of MIT’s Fluid Interfaces group who have developed a futuristic cooking concept, Cornucopia. Merging up the worlds of molecular gastronomy and digital 3D printing, the Cornucopia countertop food fabricator with an intuitive interface doesn’t ask you to print a menu instead prints the food. Hard to believe but true, this inventive cooktop promises to print out the food right in front of you. It’s a concept for now but once it’s out for the production, it’s gonna be important part of our hi-tech modern houses.