Imagine maki tailored to your taste. In the not-too-distant digital future, restaurants could access your biometric and genomic data to craft personal preferences that enhance your health ID.
Japanese restaurant, Sushi Singularity uncannily predicts the convergence of wasabi and the world wide web. And there’s no need to pass the soy sauce as that’s already being dropped…
Sushi Singularity puts user data under the spotlight by crafting bespoke meals for diners based on DNA biodata. The restaurant is set to open later this year and will feature unique 3D-printed sushi tailored to diners’ nutritional needs.
Here the sushi will also enter a new-realm through harnessing technology and new cooking methods.
“In addition all sushi is hyper-personalized. Visitors also receive a health check using a dedicated kit and are issued a health ID in advance,” reveals the restaurant's website.
Yo! Sushi is another restaurant that partnered with at-home genetic testing company DNAFit to create free personalised meals to those who mail in their saliva samples.