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My kitchen robot

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Carlos Enjuto is very very lazy, so he has invented a robot to help him cooking. You put the ingredients in the little trays and you choose when you want to pour it in the pan. He has used the ultrasonic and touch sensors to manage the trays.

 

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2 Comments

  1. williamchurch17

    Hi Carlos, this is a wonderful addition to the kitchen. Not only does this allow the cook to choose ingredients, it keeps them close at hand during the cooking process. I can’t tell you how many times I have burned something because I turn from the pan to prepare my other ingredients. Great job pulling your system together and sharing it here on Dr. E’s!

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