Council and Petch Announce the Release of "Future Food: How Cutting Edge Technology & 3D Printing Will Change the Way You Eat"
Gyges3d.com presents Acclaimed tech authors Aaron Council and Michael Petch recently announced the release of their latest Kindle book “Future Food: How Cutting Edge Technology & 3D Printing Will Change the Way You Eat” exclusively on Amazon.com. The book explores how 3D printing will soon affect huge aspects of how and what people eat, and the impact this is likely to have on society.
June 15, 2015
To say 3D printing is a game changer is, perhaps, the understatement of the century. It's wide and ever growing impact is set to radically transform wide pieces of everyday life, even in what may be, for some, unexpected places like how and what people eat. Few understand this better than tech authors Aaron Council and Michael Petch. Council and Petch, already the co-authors of a popular deep look at 3D printing, recently announced the release of their latest Kindle book exploring how 3D printing will affect the future of food. Titled “Future Food: How Cutting Edge Technology & 3D Printing Will Change the Way You Eat” the Kindle book is available exclusively on Amazon.com and has a release date scheduled for June 16, 2015. Anticipation surrounding the release is high.
“This is a book we feel very passionate about,” commented Council on Future Food. “It's eye opening to consider and discuss the effects 3D printing are going to have on something as important as how and what we eat. It really illustrates how post-3D printing life may never quite be the same again.”
According to the authors, the book features not only their own thoughts, research and opinions, but also extensive interviews with experts in the 3D Printing industry delving into their views on where 3D printing will carry the future of food. The combination of content and the high level of 3D printing authorities involved make the “Future of Food” quite unique in both its subject matter and content.
The authors had formerly collaborated on “3D Printing: The Rise of the Third Industrial Revolution”, which was met with very enthusiastic feedback.
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