Artificial Intelligence


Promoting 3D Printing of Food with Robotic Butlers and Delivery LandBots.

Authors: Bheemaiah, Anil Kumar.

Abstract This paper describes the design of the robotic kitchen of Mutter Gottlich, a non-profit nature spirituality organization. The kitchen is designed as an open space architecture under the Banyan Canopy[1](“Website” n.d.). The use of 3D printers for the production of pancakes, pancake pizzas, Dosas, Dosa Pizzas, vegetable, and vegan meat substrates and chocolate and cakes is described. Robots, namely the Loomo and the R1D2 are mentioned. The detailed design of these robots is mentioned elsewhere. These robots are fully automated to run the facility. The facility along with a spiritual sculpture garden, succulent garden for meditation and a sacred tree for worship and a sacred fireplace, provide for an open-air church/temple. The facility serves as a meeting place for aspirants to meet to compose and sing music and group meditate. It unifies diverse cultures, promotes ecological sustainability and serves as a food pantry for low-income families serving the Freemium business model. Keywords: Robotics, Automation, 3D printing, Food Printers.

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[v1] 2019-09-07 10:56:48

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