Technology From flavored fireworks to 50-ton jellies, these ‘experience designers’ will explode your senses

Technology From flavored fireworks to 50-ton jellies, these ‘experience designers’ will explode your senses

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Visually stunning designs and inventions that are incredibly satisfying to watch.

Maria Dermentzi

16 days ago

Whether it’s cooking with lava or encasing an entire steamship in jelly, experience designers Bompas & Parr are always experimenting. 
Their latest invention? The world’s lightest dessert, made with the same technology that NASA is using to capture comet dust. We went to their studio in London’s Bermondsey to talk about some of their craziest projects and find out what inspires them.

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