Just when you thought you'd seen enough of Kim Kardashian comes Kim Kardashian in foam.
The image comes from Israel-based Ripples, the company behind the Ripple Maker, a machine that turns selfies into cafe latte foam art. Cappuccinos, too.
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"Latte art is one of the most shared images on social media," CEO Yossi Meshulam told 3ders. "We're taking latte art to a whole new level. When you put something beautiful in someone's hands, they want to share it. That's how we're making a ripple on the world."
The machine first made its appearance on the Interwebs last June, but then resurfaced at the most recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
There, the Ripple Maker launched its app and, as quickly as you can make a cup of Nescafe, became a favorite among attendees. In fact it won the Last Gadget Standing contest.
It works thanks to a patented technology that combines 3-D printing with inkjet technology. Users can upload an image to the app and then stand by as the barista pushes a button. Nozzles inside the machine print the image with "ink" made from a tiny amount of coffee extract.
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Coffee shops can acquire the machine through a service plan that costs about $85 a month.
Don't know where to find a coffee shop with a Ripple machine? Use the free app.
Soon the world's most talented baristas will be relegated to button-pushing. Sorry baristas.