I think it’s safe to say that not everyone finds joy in labouring away in the kitchen just to create some mediocre dish and a mountain of dishes that will inevitably be left until the morning. But all of that could be about to change as the pioneering robotics company Moley Robotics have announced that they will be releasing The Robotic Kitchen, a personal robotic chef, to consumers as soon as 2017.
The robotic arms used in the automated kitchen are made by Shadow Robot Company, who specialise in creating state-of-the-art anthropomorphic robot hands, and are like something straight from a sci-fi film, mimicking the movements of a professional chef to create your favourite dishes at the touch of a button on your smartphone and upon release it aims to be able to stir, chop and do just about everything other action required in a kitchen to create a masterpiece worthy of a dinner party.
The creators aim to use an app store system to allow you to download any dish of your desire, giving the more unskilled cooks a chance to try out new and exciting foods. Mark Oleynik, the founder of Moley Robotics wrote, “Whether you love food and want to explore different cuisines, or fancy saving a family recipe for everyone to enjoy for years to come, the Automated Kitchen can do this.”
The future truly is upon us with such a fantastic piece technology and perhaps we may see it all over the place in the years to come.
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