In Taiwan, They Are Printing Faces on Coffee

Coffee is serious business and seriously competitive. Let's Cafe, a small coffee kiosk in Family Mart convenience stores across Taiwan, thinks it has figured a way to stand out: By printing people's faces on coffee.

How's it work? Customers upload photos to the Let's Cafe machine, which is outfitted with a printer that "prints" (sprinkles, really) the images on a hot cup of java.

In Taiwan, They Are Printing Faces on Coffee

In Taiwan, They Are Printing Faces on Coffee

In Taiwan, They Are Printing Faces on Coffee

In Taiwan, They Are Printing Faces on Coffee

In the video below (via PSFK and New Launches), you can watch a quick explanation of how the contraption works. And if you are interested, here is a good rundown of convenience stores in Taiwan.

Previously, Kotaku introduced realistic coffee art in color and 3D.

Let's Cafe [YouTube via PSFK and New Launches]

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