Helping make and serve food with the world's first robotic kitchenBy Moley Robotics
Project URL: www.moley.com
Moley has created the world's first robotic kitchen, featuring an advanced, fully functional robot that's been integrated into a professional kitchen setting. Its movements were created by mimicking those of BBC MasterChef winner Tim Anderson.
The robot hands cook meals faster than a human can, meaning that the technology could be applied to soup kitchens, schools and medical establishments, for quick and easy serving. And it could help those with limited mobility to have fresh, hot meals prepared at home.
The consumer version (incorporating robotic arms, hob, oven and touchscreen unit) is set for launch in 2017 and will be supported by an iTunes-style library of recipes.
Last updated: 18th of September, 2015