Japanese restaurant will cook sushi for DNA-based clients
Genetic material shall be for two weeks prior to the reservation table.
4 APR 2019 14:12
Japanese Studio conceptual design Open Meals developed the concept of the restaurant with individual kitchens for each client’s meals will be tailored to the characteristics of its body.
First Sushi of Singularity, operating on this principle, should open in Tokyo in 2020. Under the project, the reservation should be for two weeks. Made the reservation the client will receive a “mini-lab” where he will collect your saliva samples, urine and faeces. Experts from the two companies of the health sector review information and be able to create a unique identifier for the health of the guest. Based on it will be picked up the necessary ingredients.
“Repersonalization will be the norm for services of the future: knowing the characteristics of the work of the gut microflora composition and other factors, you can create a custom menu makes up for the lack of certain elements,” Open Meals.
Serve in Sushi sushi Singularity will be exclusively made on 3D printer. Robotic arms which are connected to cylinders 14, and will bring a “base” required in each case nutrients. However, the company has not decided at what stage the dish will be personalized, but a promotional video already exists.
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