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Robot kitchen struts its stuff in Shanghai

China Daily | Updated: 2015-06-09 07:29

The world's first automated kitchen made its public debut in May at the Consumer Science Show in Shanghai.

A robot stirs and sautes like a pro in an integrated, top-of-the-line kitchen. The creator, Moley Robotics, aims to produce a mass-market consumer version within two years, supported by an iTunes-style library of recipes that can be downloaded and created by the kitchen.

Tim Anderson, winner of the prestigious BBC Master Chef 2011 competition, developed a dish that would test the system's capabilities - a crab bisque - and was then 3-D recorded in a special studio cooking it. Every motion and nuance was captured, from the way Anderson stirred the liquids to the way he controlled the stove temperature.

Robot kitchen struts its stuff in Shanghai

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