These robotic arms put a five-star chef in your kitchen
Imagine having a five star chef cooking all your meals for you every day of your life.
This is the dream and the goal that Moley Robotics is trying to accomplish.
We've created the first fully automated and intelligent robots that can learn recipes, cook all kind of foods with remarkable precision, and then clean up after themselves.
[UNKNOWN] Robotics built a working prototype of the [UNKNOWN] kitchen.
This futuristic workstation is equipped with advanced robotic arms and hands, that can grip kitchen utensils, measure liquids, crack eggs.
You name it, they can do it.
Master Chef winner Tim Anderson was hired on as Moley's development chef, and helped the robotics team teach the robots how to cook by using motion capture gloves and wristbands much like a video game.
This means you could potentially record the movements of other famous chefs and have a meal prepared for you indirectly by letting chef Gordan Ramsey.
Your in denial.
Moley Robotics recently launched a crowd funding campaign looking for investors and potential testers of the prototype kitchen.
To help them improve the robot's ability.
Moley believes that they can do for cooking what smartphone devices have done for communications and what vacuum cleaners have done for cleaning according to the product video.
You can read more about the Moley robotic kitchen at CNET.com.
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