The kitchen of tomorrow is often portrayed as a fantasy wonderland filled with robot chefs, time-saving appliances, and meals served in the form of colorful pills. As part of the Gizmodo Home of the Future, we'll see what's actually on the menu.
What will our meals actually look like in the future? How much of our food will we grow at home? And what new sources of sustenance will find their way onto our plates? With our food experts, we'll take a peek at the dinner table of the near-future to see how we'll grow, shop, cook, drink, and eat.
- Emilie Baltz, food designer and artist
- Nicola Twilley, Edible Geography
- Saul Colt, Windowfarms
- Miriam Simun, Artist
- Julia Plevin & Lucy Knops, Critter Bitters
- Moderated by Alissa Walker, Urbanism Editor, Gizmodo
Food of the Future: What We'll Eat Next
Sunday, May 18
5 to 6:30 p.m.
Gizmodo Home of the Future
268 Mulberry Street
New York City
Hours: 11:00 am to late. The Gizmodo gang will be working on-site all week—with super-fast wifi, on snazzy furniture—and we'll be hosting events every night. Check the schedule for all our programming here.
For all media inquiries regarding the Gizmodo Home of the Future, please contact Patrick Kowalczyk at firstname.lastname@example.org.