Tableware Visualizes Energy Footprints Of The Food We Eat

Tableware Visualizes Energy Footprints Of The Food We Eat
Design

3D infovisuals shaped like bowls and plates have different aesthetic features based on the energy, CO2 and cost of ingredients.

Emma Hutchings
  • 16 april 2012

Berlin-based creative design studio Shapes in Play features a project called InfObjects, which uses data to generate 3D infovisuals shaped like tableware with holes and growths based on the energy, CO2 and cost of culinary dishes.

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