The Foodini lays down layer after layer of food from nozzles, ultimately creating treats like ravioli, crackers, or chicken nuggets.
While tens of thousands flock to the Mobile World Congress to check out the latest smartphones, the show also offers glimpses of some of the coolest off-beat and downright strange innovations.
Many of these newfangled prototypes found a niche at the trade show’s special corner for start-ups, which gathered here to find business deals for their inventions.
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Here is a look at the quirkiest of the gadgets and apps on display this week in Barcelona.
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Here is how it works: Kids download and print pages w…