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A new app allows users to take 3-D photos with their smartphones.

Welcome to the afternoon roundup! If it happened in food today, it's news to us. Here are a few stories that have caught our attention.

Awards: Voting is now open for the fourth annual The Munchies: People’s Choice Food Awards. Through the end of next month, voters can decide on the country’s best chef, food-television personality, food website (vote Food Republic!), cookbook, pizza, ramen, barbecue and more. Andrew Zimmern led a wide-ranging panel of food personalities to create the list of nominees.

Spain: Uber may have been banned in Spain last year, but the company has relaunched as an on-demand food-delivery service in Barcelona called UberEats. The new service brings customers prepackaged meals from local restaurants within around 10 minutes. There is a €2.50 delivery charge added to all orders.

Food Photography: A Zurich-based computer vision company has developed a new app called 3DAround that allows users to take 3-D photos of their food. With the press of a button and smooth rotation of a smartphone’s camera around a food item, the iPhone app purports to captures its depth, density and distention better than ever before. 

Beer Events: There’s still time to book tickets and experience the best beer New York City has to offer at a special dinner tonight. Starting at 6 p.m. at Chapter One Tavern, the five-course meal is paired with brews from each of the five boroughs and is part of the city’s ongoing Beer Week.