Smart kitchen helps chefs who aren’t too smart
Let’s face it: Opening up a cookbook, turning the pages, and reading a recipe is hard work. Thankfully, scientists in Japan recognize this and have developed a kitchen that puts recipes right on your food.
Unfortunately, you still have to read, and actually try to cook, by following instructions projected onto your food. But if you go astray a robot called Phyno is there to help out.
Developed by Yu Suzuki and colleagues at Kyoto Sangyo University, the “cooking support system” is being presented next week at the 10th Asia Pacific Conference on Computer Human Interaction (APCHI 2012) in Matsue, Japan.
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With a combination of image processing and speech interaction, it’s aimed at novice cooks who find recipe jargon confusing. The researc… [Read more]