Researchers Develop Talking Kitchen That Can Teach You French and How to Cook

Posted on October 26, 2011

The French Digital Kitchen at Newcastle University is a kitchen that gives lessons in cooking and in French at the same time. Digital sensors have been embedded or attached to all the equipment and the ingredients. A bag of flour, a peeler, whisk, butter, oven door all have sensors in this unique kitchen. Users are also able to communicate with the kitchen, using an interactive screen where they can request audio and textual help along the way. Take a look:



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