Moley Robotics

This robotic chef is capable of cooking thousands of dishes on his own

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You like to eat well but cooking doesn't turn you on? This food processor is for you. It is capable of preparing a hundred meals and, icing on the cake, when it's done, it cleans the kitchen!
 
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developed by the British company Moley RoboticsThis chef's robot has access to several hundred recipes concocted by the world's most prestigious chefs. The principle of this robot is to record the slightest gestures of real chefs and to recreate them perfectly.
The machine consists of two remarkably skilful robotic arms installed at the top of a work area comprising baking plates, a sink and an oven. The robot's sophisticated, fully articulated hands were created by the Ombre Robot Company, another London-based company whose products are used all over the world, including NASA.
The machine can determine the exact number of servings you need, the ingredients you need to make a dish and, what's more, the food processor takes care of your health. The machine can determine the exact number of servings you need, the ingredients you need to make a dish, and the food processor will also keep you healthy.

 
 
The robot is placed in a glass box with all the necessary utensils for its art. All you have to do is program it with a smartphone and it starts working. He then locks himself in his glass box to avoid any risk, puts on disposable silicon gloves for maximum hygiene, and starts cooking.
 
If you get bored with the cooking of the great chefs, you can also teach your own recipes to your food processor. It will record your movements and reproduce them perfectly. Are you a specialist in gratin dauphinois? Just make the dish once in front of the robot's electronic eyes and it will learn and make it again on its own, as many times as you like. Maybe even his gratin will be better than yours... who knows?!
 
Mark Oleynik, the founder of Moley Robotics says that in the future the robot will be able to detect if food is out of date or spoiled to ensure your safety at 100 %.
The consumer version of this robot is planned for 2017; it will be connected to a library of recipes, a bit like the music on iTunes. A dishwasher and a refrigerator will also be integrated into this robotic set. It will still cost about 15,000 $ for this little marvel.

 
 
 

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