We are talking about a device that could have the potential to save millions from food shortages. Home Sweet Home designed by Bruno Oro is a device that can transport food information over long distances and once that information is received on the other end, it reproduces the same. Take for example, there is a certain dish, you put that dish into the device for a scan and send it over a network to the device on other side. Once your device has received the data, you put it by the plate. Once it is there, it stretches a protective gel cover inside which the food is replicated. And, I assume, being produced in real time, you will definitely be able to eat that replicated food, otherwise no point.
So, replicating food will more be like getting a Xerox done, the only difference here would be that the Xeroxed thing would be food and not just a piece of paper. This concept could be larger than life idea, but if executed in a proper way, I am sure it will help fight poverty or food shortages to be inevitable in near future. And, it has a better place in the houses of the people who need it and not the ones who want it out of convenience.
Via: Yanko Design