Imagine the best chefs recipes prepared and served on your own table by some robotic arms! It sounds like a scene from futuristic movies, right?
Well, the thing is that that future is here and now! Its name is Moley, the first world’s robotic kitchen which will be available from 2017. Prototypes have already proved that the concept is more than a reality.
The smart kitchen unit will feature four key items such as robotic arms, oven, hob and touchscreen unit. To operate it you can do it from the touch screen or remotely from your smartphone! Which means that while you are on your way back home your MasterChef will be cooking your favorite meal.
So, how accurate is Moley when preparing food? Does it taste as human made food?
The imitated cooking techniques are 3D motion captures from humans which command the joints, tactile sensors and sophisticated control systems.
Apart from its principal automated cooking solution, Moley is also an iTunes-style recipe library. This collection will be as global and ever growing as its users when implementing 3D recipe recording.
When cooking, chefs and home cooks can generate a memory of their own preparation techniques. Those recipes will be saved, shared and imitated by its own Moley unit or someone else’s robotic kitchen all over the world . Finally the best gourmet from five stars hotels will be replicated in your own table, as well as the most popular street meals from remote countries.
If the first recipes that the Moley prototype is replicating are from the hands of Tim Anderson, ask yourself how the flavours of the robotic kitchen will fill up your foodie cravings.
From scratch, the automated MasterChef will select the right heat level, will arrange the ingredients at just the right moment and will mix them in the perfect amount and time.
Moley is revolutionizing the cooking industry by making the high gourmet experience accessible anywhere and anytime. As a result, cookbooks, YouTube tutorials and food channels might have to rethink the way they teach people how to cook.
Surely, Moley opens a door to what could be called the Global Master Home Chef. A professional global cook available 24/7 in your home by just clicking a button.