We will print food
It’s name is Foodini and it works like a 3D printer. Indeed, it is exactly a 3D printer, but instead of putting it in the studio or in the office, Foodini will be located on the shelf of our cutting-edge kitchens. That’s right, a printer that doesn’t use plastic polymers but the ingredients that we want: from chocolate, to biscuit or pizza dough. It’s enough to find online the model of the press, wait and bake or boil
We will read the recipes or check Facebook directly from the hob
This is Whirlpool’s concept for the kitchens of the future: an interactive touchscreen hob, which integrates the technologies that we usually use. Besides controlling the recipe that’s being prepared, we’ll be able to listen to our favorite playlists, check for social network updates or call mom to ask some advices.
The refrigerator will make the shopping list
The refrigerator in question is the one imagined by LG, it’ll be able to store our purchases (with the relevant expiry dates) and our eating habits, to send the shopping list, to recommend recipes. Surely, the touchscreen display will be unmissable, and the voice recognition system to give each family member the right dietary advice (not required).
We will eat meals cooked by robot-chefs
Pours, mixes, cuts, cooks and serves, with the fluency and mastery of a multi-starred chef: it’s robot-chef that governs the world’s first fully automated kitchen. Realized by 20 motors, 24 joints and 129 sensors, replicates the movements of two human arms managing to perform perfectly over 2,000 recipes. The prototype was revealed at the Hannover technology trade fair by the engineers of Moley Robotics, that point for 2017 to put on the market an even more advanced automated kitchen model, where the robot-chef will be able to use also refrigerator and dishwasher.
The fork will tell us if the food’s good
Actually chopsticks will do it, but who knows if the brevet will extended to our cutlery. Thanks to the invention of the Chinese Company Baidu, food poisoning will only be a bad memory and we’ll be safe from counterfeit foods. In fact, it’ll be enough to touch the food or liquid with chopsticks to get on our smartphones all nutritional data, but above all to know whether what we’re eating is safe or not, thanks to the immediate leds lighting on the chopsticks.
The trash garbage will open by itself
Ironia alert is already purchasable! Is a bin with a sensor, which allows it to open, something that we can no longer deal without?