rotating robot chefs power this restaurant created by MIT engineers
 

rotating robot chefs power this restaurant created by MIT engineers

MIT engineers have realised a restaurant which uses robot powered machinery instead of chefs. dubbed ‘spyce’, the kitchen is kitted out with autonomous woks that can prepare meals in under three minutes.

rotating robot chefs power boston restaurant created by MIT engineers spyce

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spyce restaurant aims to offer an economic alternative to steeply priced premium cuisine. the project was the idea of four MIT engineering graduates who designed the kitchen-bots to to simultaneously prepare food in three minutes or less. the boston-based restuarant can serve up to 200 meals per hour costing around$7.50 each (approximately £5.60).

 

video by spycefoodco

 

 

customers place their orders using a touch-screen device which orders a delivery system to collect ingredients before delivering them to the cylindrical robotic woks. the woks cook by constantly rotating pre-proportioned ingredients at 450 degrees fahrenheit using induction technology. their angled position allows customers to see their food being cooked before it is tipped and served onto their plate.

rotating robot chefs power boston restaurant created by MIT engineers spyce

rotating robot chefs power boston restaurant created by MIT engineers spyce

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