Sake and Wine Cellar, Flat Cooker, Transparent Display
Everything in the Kitchen Is Linked,
Turning Cooking into Entertainment
Woman living in Bettertopia
How about another glass? We have a number of bottles chilled for the party today. Yes, in the wine cellar behind you. At first glance, it looks like an ordinary wine cellar, but this entire transparent door is an LCD screen, and it displays the temperature and humidity inside. This tells us which bottles of wine and sake should be stored in which rack. It’s linked with a database and can read the labels to find out and display detailed information about each bottle. It can even show suggested menus and recipes to go along with each bottle. This is linked to our refrigerator and can tell us what ingredients are missing to make the dish.
When I’m cooking, I get help from the AI Kitchen Advisor on the screen above the kitchen counter. It’s interactive so we can talk. It gives me advice for all kind of recipes from celebrity chefs, instructors of cooking schools and nutritionists. Once we decide on the menu, the recipe is transferred to different appliances in the kitchen. For instance, it can set the oven temperature automatically. It can monitor the progress of the cooking, adjust the heat, and keep a record of how it was cooked. It tells you when to add seasonings, so it makes cooking easier for people who are not experienced around the kitchen.
It’s more fun if the person who cooks for the party can stay and participate in the conversation with the guests. Flat Cooker will help that. This table is actually a cooking counter. Just place the dish in the designated place and put a transparent lid over it. See, it started cooking. It’s like magic, isn’t it? I hope that the taste of food will be magical as well. Let’s raise our glasses in another toast. Okay, let’s eat!
The technology and solutions presented here were announced in the above press release or exhibition. Some are in the R&D stage or are under consideration for commercialization.