Retired Engineer Cooks Up Robotic Chef
After retiring, Chinese engineer Liu Changfa wasn't content with hanging around the house or playing golf. Instead he took an induction cooker, a computer, a cell phone, a few spare parts and developed a robotic chef. At a height of 1.5 meters tall, he can cook several dishes from a preset menu after the raw ingredients are tossed into the cooker. Dishes can be customized with spices kept in his chest and he beeps when he is finished. A local restaurant has agreed to test Liu Changfa's invention. So much for retiring.
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Posted by Sheila Franklin at April 15, 2010 9:05 AM