A robotic kitchen that will prepare your food.

A robotic kitchen that will prepare your food.

Food is everything. Imagine life without food or can you even imagine it? That is how important food is. Yet preparing foods consumes time. Limited time or your hectic and busy schedule could constrain you from preparing the food you want to eat.

However, a solution to that problem have already been cooked and is ready to be served to you. Do you want to know more about this particular solution?

Solution from machines

The Moley Robotics’ solution is the answer for having limited time to prepare the food you would love to eat at the movement. The Moley Moley Robotics’ solution is a portable kitchen module, including stovetop, oven, sink, utensils, and a pair of fully articulated robotic arms, programmed to follow recipes to create dishes just like a master chef. What is more in there is that this robotic kitchen has a database of 2,000 recipes this could mean that is also your own personal high-tech chef.

Imagine having your own master chef in your own kitchen? You will never again worry about limited time preparing your dishes, let alone your robotic chef do the job.

How it was made?

Hands that are inspired from the human hands, created by NASA robotics supplier the Shadow Robot Company its arms is an imitation from the human hands and arms, other than that it also has articulations at shoulder, elbow, wrist and fingers. Yet this is not just about human hands imitation the other part is “MasterChef” winner Tim Anderson, whose abilities in the kitchen were carefully programmed into the robotic arms.

The movements are recorded in 3D

When the famous chef Tim Anderson created a dish for the robot his movements was recorded in 3D. Moley’s team in collaboration with the Shadow Robot Company, Stamford University and Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies in Pisa, Italy translated the recorded movements of Tim Anderson into an algorithms that lets the robot prepare and cook the crab bisque just like Anderson did it.

Tim Anderson’s comment about the crab bisque prepared by the robot

This is what Tim Anderson has to say, “To be honest, I didn’t think this was possible. I chose crab bisque as a dish because it’s a real challenge for human chef to make well, never mind a machine.” “Having seen and tasted — the results for myself, I am stunned. This is the beginning of something really significant: a whole new opportunity for producing good food and for people to explore the world’s cuisines. It’s very exciting.”

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