Eatoverse is where the seeds of creativity and collaboration are sown to harvest the future of our food system. Digital worlds are created and come alive with visionary farmers, innovative chefs, progressive schools, forward-thinking governments, and conscious businesses. From virtual to reality, we’re transforming the way we grow, distribute, and consume food to develop the Sustainable Food System.
County Pilot Project
Eato Ireland plays a pivotal role as the driving force behind the global pilot project of the Sustainable Food System. With a strong commitment to building a healthy and secure local food system for all, Eato Ireland embraces a community-focused and employee-owned model throughout the country. As part of its innovative approach, Eato Ireland leverages virtual models to present and showcase the project for each county prior to the physical investment and development taking place.
Kerry @ Eato X
Weekly @ Eato X is a dynamic and immersive experience that brings together a diverse group of individuals, including leading producers, chefs, artists, innovators, educators, and special guests. This innovative format takes place in the Kitchen, Studio, and Lab, where participants engage in a range of activities aimed at developing a sustainable food system. Each week, the program focuses on various projects and initiatives that promote sustainability and highlight the richness of local food communities.
Directed by Bech-Bailey
The Kitchen at Eato X is the beating heart of the project, serving as the central hub for the development of sustainable food communities. The kitchen will play host to a wide range of workshops and events with the leading chefs and producers from around the world. These sessions will focus on developing and promoting sustainable food practices, with the aim of implementing them globally.
Through its cutting-edge design and state-of-the-art equipment, the kitchen will provide a unique space for experimentation and innovation in the development of sustainable food products. The kitchen will serve as a platform for leading chefs and producers to collaborate and experiment with new techniques, ingredients, and recipes that promote sustainability.
The kitchen will also feature a range of sustainable cooking practices and technologies. This includes energy-efficient cooking equipment and waste reduction systems, designed to minimize the environmental impact of food production. Eato X will demonstrate the potential for sustainable cooking to reduce the carbon footprint of food production and distribution, while also promoting healthier eating habits and reducing food waste.
Directed by Shane Sutton
The Studio at Eato X will be a dynamic and innovative space that will push the boundaries of sustainable food practices. By bringing together artists and creative minds, the studio will provide a platform for experimentation and exploration in the realm of food and art.
Through exhibitions, installations, and performances, the studio will showcase the intersection of food and art, creating a truly unique and engaging experience for visitors. The aim is to inspire and engage people in new ways of thinking about sustainable food, and to promote creativity and collaboration in the development of new ideas.
In the studio, artists and creatives will have access to state-of-the-art equipment and resources, including VR, AR, 3D printers, and other tools necessary for creating innovative and sustainable food products. This will allow for experimentation and the development of new products that can be showcased in the kitchen and lab.
Directed by Lara Hanlon
The Lab at Eato X will be a state-of-the-art facility that is dedicated to data-driven, human-centered research, and innovation in the sustainable food system. It will bring together educators, researchers, scientists, and innovators from around the world to collaborate on finding solutions to the challenges facing the global food system.
It will be equipped with the latest technologies and tools for conducting experiments and research in areas such as food waste, sustainable agriculture, and food preservation. Researchers will have access to a range of resources, including data analytics tools, innovative equipment, collaborative frameworks, creative prototyping tools, and AI technology.
The lab will also host workshops and training programs aimed at developing the skills and knowledge needed to tackle the challenges facing the global food system. These programs will be open to students, researchers, and professionals from a wide range of disciplines, including biology, chemistry, engineering, humanities, and environmental science.