Invented by Russian mathematician and computer scientist Mark Oleynik, the Moley Robotics kitchen robot does it all. That’s right, this is claimed to be the “world’s first robot kitchen” and can cook recipes from scratch as well as clean up afterwards. Unfortunately, it will be out of reach for most consumers, as the robot is priced at over $390,000 USD. On the bright side, anyone who does purchase this system will be able to enjoy gourmet meals daily without the mess. Read more for a video and additional information.
We have seen the future of smart homes, and it includes this kitchen table by Millo. Put simply, it’s one sleek surface without any holes and looking no different than what you’d expect in a normal home. There are no visible physical connectors or objects, just a minimalistic premium design that enables you to make food or even blend things directly on it. Read more for a video demonstration and additional information.
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Samsung’s Bot Chef is basically an AI-powered service robot that assists chefs as they whip up gourmet dishes. It’s designed to be easy to use and highly versatile, with a sleek exterior that hides its advanced mechatronics. Optimized for kitchen use, it’s capable of a wide range of kitchen tasks, whether it be chopping, whisking, pouring or even cleaning. The chef is based on SARAM, Samsung’s multi-purpose programmable robotic platform, the lightweight robotic manipulator arm has six degrees of freedom, with the diameter, reach and safety of a human arm. Read more for two videos and additional information.
The problem with most refrigerators is that most have just enough functions to keep your food fresh, but if you want to add anything, it requires an entirely new unit. Introducing “Addition”. This modular kitchen appliance system lets you add things as needed, such as an oven, wine rack, etc., all controlled with a touchscreen module. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
Airtight Artwork’s Matt Wilson uses old kitchen utensils to create magnificent animal sculptures, mainly birds. “The upcycled work I create is a testimony to the belief of conserving and appreciating our resources, so that the environment in which we live will continue to be an environment in which we desire to live. My goal as an artist is to make artwork unlike art people have seen, while at the same time recognizable in the identity of everyday materials,” said Wilson. Continue reading for more pictures and another video.
Etekcity’s Digital Multifunction Food Kitchen Scale makes portioning easy, and is perfect for the new year, all for $10.88, today only, originally $39.99. Easily measure your garnishes and ingredients by grams, milliliters, pounds and ounces with the quick unit conversion button. The digital scale features a handy auto-tare function so you can easily measure ingredients in a dish without having to do any math, so you can cut down on prep time to enjoy your meal. Product page. Continue reading for a hands-on video review and more information.
Pizzacraft’s PC0601 Pizzeria Pronto turns your oven into a 600° F pizza oven, without requiring any other tools. Simply place it on a stovetop burner, turn the heat to high with the door shut, place your pizza on the stone using a pizza peel, allow it to cook for 3-minutes, rotate the pie, warm it for another 3-minutes, and you’re ready to enjoy. Get one here now. Continue reading for another hands-on video and more information. Click here for a few bonus creative and geeky pizza ideas.
Hamilton Beach’s 25475A makes breakfast sandwiches in 5-minutes or less, and it’s being offered for only $24, today only, originally $29.99. Simply place the ingredients inside, build the base of your sandwich in the bottom layer, place the egg on the cooking plate and close the lid. Slide the cooking plate out and your sandwich assembles itself. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.
Keurig machines are known for their ease of use, but imagine being able to pop in a pod for making tortillas. Introducing the Flatev Tortilla Maker. Just pop in a pre-mixed pod, and it serves up freshly made tortillas without any mixing, kneading, or baking. “Inside each flatev dough pod is the precise amount of dough for you to enjoy one perfect tortilla. The pods control the precise blend of ingredients as well as their quality. The dough lasts 6 weeks and must be kept refrigerated,” said its creators. Continue reading for another video and more information.
First came the Nessie ladle, now a new monster is in town, albeit a smaller version. The “Baby Nessie Tea Infuser” is also inspired by the Loch Ness Monster, and opens to reveal a loose-leaf tea compartment for any blend your heart desires. Once loaded, simply snap the two halves together, place it in hot water, wait a few minutes until the flavor is released, and you’ll be ready to enjoy the drink. This silicon product is available in turquoise, green, and purple colors. Click here to view the first image in this week’s funny internet trolls gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of the VFX behind Jurassic World.