Bread Board Baking Featured

“Stop playing with your food”. It’s a good thing this maker didn’t listen to her mother! 
BreadBoard Baking, launched at Maker Fair Tokyo in 2015, is making electronics out of food. It’s a fun way to understand and play with electronics, and perhaps learn how to cook while you’re at it. Using a variety of pastries, fruit and crackers, the folks at Breadboard Baking are creating a number of ways to incorporate sensors and circuits into food – all fully edible – giving makers a new way to think about and experiment with conductivity.

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By using the actual nature of various types of food to conduct electricity, these embedded edible circuits can realize a higher conductivity so more current can flow. More current means a brighter LED or a louder sound. Check out what we mean by viewing the muffin drum: https://www.facebook.com/BreadBoardBaking/videos/751407944964369/
BreadBoard Baking is run by an artist Elico Suzuki (suzueri), a designer of Semitransparent Design, Emiko Kashiwagi (Emirie), and an ex-designer of YCAM, Naomi Kakuda. They met at IAMAS where they were attending classes together. BreadBoard Baking have made many amazing edible projects, among them are  “Cookie Bread Board”, “ Piano Cupcake” and “Edible Silver Cake”. Their precipices are now available on “Cookpad” (Japanese recipe website).

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This project is breakthrough invention of sweet decoration and we wish BreadBoard Baking good luck!

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