Laser-cut gingerbread house is perfect … if you don’t taste it

Publication: NBC News   Date: December 18, 2012   View Article

Gingerbread houses are a much-admired and tasty holiday tradition in many parts of the world. Yet until now, no one we know of has tried to improve their design and construction by using lasers. That’s precisely what one engineer with a second-hand laser cutter and some architectural curiosity did. The result is high precision … but you don’t want to eat it.

Johon von Konow, an engineer in Sweden, spends his days developing mobile phone concepts for Sony Ericsson and Huawei. At night, he and his wife, Maria, are always on the lookout for new things to try.

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