Designing Computational Food with OpenDrop

Jialin Deng et all from Exertion Games Lab at Monash University, Australia did a great work researching computational food on a digital microfluidics eating plate. GaudiLabs was implementing partner to make the Delicacies Dancing based on the OpenDrop technology platform.

The research-article “Dancing Delicacies: Designing Computational Food for Dynamic Dining Trajectories” was published at DIS ’23: Proceedings of the 2023 ACM Designing Interactive Systems Conference.

A complete Dancing Delicacies system consists of a plateware with an embedded electrode board connected to an OpenDrop V4 controller via an FFC cable, and a USB-C cable for communication and powering.
Watch the video of Dancing Delicacies.