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Geek Cooking April 27, 2006

Posted by reto wettach in gadgets, innovative interfaces, physical interaction design.
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Again the MIT is surprising the rest of the world with an interactive cooking spoon, which makes suggestions of how to improve your cooking based on "temperature, acidity, salinity, and viscosity". Sounds like fine cuisine!

Nearly as helpful as the pan, which reads RFID-based recipes.

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