We wrote recently about new technologies using 3D printing in healthcare, with amazing printed organs and limbs. Chocolate is already a popular material that was easily adapted to a 3D printer. But hamburgers and pasta? Designer Janne Kyttanen printed hamburger and pasta shapes in plastic and plaster – to get ideas rolling on applying the technology to the food we eat. Kyttanen’s pasta shapes are intricate, ornamental forms, while his burgers are doubled-up, oddly morphed versions of the familiar, showing the possibilities in the future.