A digital culinary recipe for the futuristic cookware

We often have ingredients freezing in the refrigerator, but we’re often short and confused about recipes for cooking these ingredients to a mouth-watering dish. The Intelligent cooking system created by the students of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology solves our quandary. The conceptual Intelligent Cooking system transforms digital information from the Internet, displaying recipes onto the digital cookbook. The system is physically activated with a navigational spoon when the main ingredients are placed on the bowl. The 3D scanners installed in the bowl confirm the present ingredients and also suggests additional ingredients, their combinations, cooking methods, and recipes.

The fully customizable and digital bowl displays the selected results. In spite of all the smart cards installed into this bowl, it manages to stay washable and water-resistant. This dream is a contingency in a matter of 5 years, keep your fingers crossed.

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