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Sometimes You Just Really Need a Burrito
Well, I do. And so I was terribly excited when I first saw this on GOOD:

Have you ever dreamed of a warm, tortilla-wrapped bundle of joy after a long night out or on a bleary-eyed morning, only to find your favorite taco shop closed? Maybe you just have an unhealthy addiction to these penny-saving, bean, meat, cheese, oranything-filled savory and cylindrical meals that will fill you up pronto. 
If you can relate, you’re in for a treat. The customizable, 3-D Burritob0t prototype will print your dream burrito ingredients straight onto a tortilla. The invention is the work of interactive designer Marko Manriquez, who created the project while studying at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program and he hopes to bring it to life with a Kickstarter campaign.
Manriquez calls his Burritob0t “Tex-Mex 3D Printing.” The b0t features disposable syringes to print ingredients including beans, rice, cheese, sour cream, corn, guacamole, and of course salsa picante. As long as it’s in paste form, any ingredient can be attached to the printer. 
The machine is connected with a smartphone app, which offers the burrito-lover flexibility in controlling the meal. The user selects the level of each ingredient according to a numbered scale. The app enables Manriquez to track user taste preferences in a database and visualize the data.
Curious to see the Burritob0t in action? Manriquez plans to hold a public demo this summer in New York City. He is also working on a 5-course meal exhibition: each course will be prepared (or printed) from the syringes of a different bot. 

FJP: The concept is completely genius and I have burrito cravings often enough to seriously appreciate a burrito-maker connected to my smartphone, which is connected to my brain, which is connected to my tummy, which causes my insatiable burrito cravings. On the other hand, syringes freak me out a little and I don’t know how I feel about my food coming out of them. But still, innovation & burritos. Two keys to a happy life.—Jihii

Sometimes You Just Really Need a Burrito

Well, I do. And so I was terribly excited when I first saw this on GOOD:

Have you ever dreamed of a warm, tortilla-wrapped bundle of joy after a long night out or on a bleary-eyed morning, only to find your favorite taco shop closed? Maybe you just have an unhealthy addiction to these penny-saving, bean, meat, cheese, oranything-filled savory and cylindrical meals that will fill you up pronto. 

If you can relate, you’re in for a treat. The customizable, 3-D Burritob0t prototype will print your dream burrito ingredients straight onto a tortilla. The invention is the work of interactive designer Marko Manriquez, who created the project while studying at NYU’s Interactive Telecommunications Program and he hopes to bring it to life with a Kickstarter campaign.

Manriquez calls his Burritob0t “Tex-Mex 3D Printing.” The b0t features disposable syringes to print ingredients including beans, rice, cheese, sour cream, corn, guacamole, and of course salsa picante. As long as it’s in paste form, any ingredient can be attached to the printer. 

The machine is connected with a smartphone app, which offers the burrito-lover flexibility in controlling the meal. The user selects the level of each ingredient according to a numbered scale. The app enables Manriquez to track user taste preferences in a database and visualize the data.

Curious to see the Burritob0t in action? Manriquez plans to hold a public demo this summer in New York City. He is also working on a 5-course meal exhibition: each course will be prepared (or printed) from the syringes of a different bot. 

FJP: The concept is completely genius and I have burrito cravings often enough to seriously appreciate a burrito-maker connected to my smartphone, which is connected to my brain, which is connected to my tummy, which causes my insatiable burrito cravings. On the other hand, syringes freak me out a little and I don’t know how I feel about my food coming out of them. But still, innovation & burritos. Two keys to a happy life.—Jihii