Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Next up on Iron Chef: A 'flexible workcell'

Feeding the robot chef. (Robohub, 11/9/2015)
Robot cooks and maids have been promised to us since personal robotics were first predicted in the 1960s: In 1966, Shakey was introduced as “the first electronic person”, in the 1980s Omnibot could carry a tray of drinks and in 2009, several “Robot Chefs” were center-stage at Japan’s Food Machinery and Technology Expo, flipping pancakes and arranging plastic sushi.

Related posts:
This sprinkler always hits its mark.  (1/15/2015)
Robots at the Westport library.  (10/3/2014)
Hands-free milking.  (4/23/2014)
Teleoperation: The answer to mining's efficiency, productivity, and profitability.  (3/7/2013)
In the news:  mining robotics.  (3/7/2013)
Looking for a job in mining: Be the first robot in line. (3/2/2013)

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