Now clean up to 2000 dishes in your kitchen!

Imagine walking into your kitchen after a long day’s work only to find a hot gourmet dish waiting for you which tastes as good as one made by a Michelin star chef. Your wish is all set to come true with the world’s first robotic kitchen, that uses 20 motors, 24 joints and 129 sensors to recreate the exact range of movements of a human hand and can whip up 2,000 master chef dishes, set to be unveiled on September 16 in a British lab. The fitted kitchen comes complete with oven, hob, dishwasher and robotic arms. Owners will be able to choose from thousands of recipes via a phone application. Created by Moley Robotics, the system features a dexterous robot integrate into a kitchen, that does not cook like a machine – It captures human skills in motion.

Tim Anderson, culinary innovator and winner of BBC Master Chef competition (2011) played an integral role in the development. He first developed a crab bisque dish ad the 3-D recorded it in a studio cooking it. Every motion and nuance was captured, from the way Tim stirred the liquids to the way he controlled th temperature of the hob. His actions were then translated into elegant digital movement using bespoke algorithms created by Moley and team. “Having seen and tasted the myself, I am stunned. If it can cook a bisque, it can do stir-fries and we’re looking forward to teaching it more recipes,” he said.

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