Algaerium bioprinter: the super – food of the future
It seems that you can do everything with algas, even without the aid of others to make biotop left. The painter, the designer, the designer and scientist Marin Savva makes experiments with 3D the press of healthy food from algas. Despite what furors she achieved in 3D the press of algas, its model of the Algaerium bioprinter is the direct proof of the possibilities provided by more symbiotic communication with organic processes in environment.
Within the Parisian En Vie-Alive exhibition which rules Carol Kolet, Savva becomes one of students of the Central institute of art and design of a name of Sacred Martin which suggested ways of population of the earth to become closer to the nature to learn to cooperate with it to create ecologically spotless methods of design. The graduate student Savva gets to category of students which presented the works in section «The nature as the partner» – "Nature as a coworker".
«These designers and architects cooperate with the nature. They work with bees fungi, bacteria, algas and plants to find new ways of cultivation and production of consumer goods. Here the design belongs to gardening and agriculture, rather than to industrial production» more.
Savva sees the world where healthy food 3D will print to order in the urbanistic environment. In aspiration to such world it cooperated with Imperial institute of London to make the Algaerium bioprinter which will use microalgas "superproducts" хлореллы, спирулины and гематокока as ink for 3D the press of healthy food. It also works over technology of the press of sources of the electric power and filters on the basis of algas.
Project, surely, innovative and provocative. The biopress on the basis of algas can bring various healthy food to the urbanized regions which were considered earlier as food deserts in connection with prevalence of stalls and wine shops, to the detriment of vsedostupny grocery shops. The exhibition, to chagrin, already ended, but you can familiarize with all descriptions of illustrations online, including look at others, more noteworthy, exhibits, such as at Fab Tree Hab Village, suggesting to grow up the house from trees, also Biophotovoltaic Moss Table, a table generating an electricity from a moss.