Sookiyaki

Sook is a concept device that, among other things, can “taste” whatever ingredients are placed on its cutting board, figure out how much of each ingredient is present, and generate recipes accordingly. Depending on the options for presenting the recipes (large print? voice output?), this could be a major independent living aid for people with visual, physical, and cognitive disabilities.

Tuvie: Sook: a wireless kitchen assistant concept

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