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 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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