OK, this one’s still in the concept stage, but it may be coming soon to your kitchen. Well, depending on your demographic.
Targeted to those multitasking members of the iGeneration, the â€˜Sookâ€™ wireless kitchen assistant lets you stay connected to your Facebook or Myspace friends while preparing dinner. The high-tech gadget displays and shares recipes and uses a series of sensors to detect what food is kept nearby on its futuristic cutting board. It can weigh and measure ingredients and, yes, even â€˜tasteâ€™ them with its â€˜electronic tongue.â€™ Sook can analyze food ingredients to help you to build a recipe.
Put your favorite restaurant menu item near Sook and it will reveal its secret ingredients to youâ€”which you could instantly share with your Facebook friends.
Designed by Adam Brodowski, a student at the Savannah College of Art and Design, the amazing Sook is waterproof and can be washed like normal kitchen utensils.
Sook was a recent feature on Tuvie.com, a website dedicated to discussion of future technology and design.
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