The future is Served! The first robotic kitchen… (vids)


Moley has created the world’s first robotic kitchen. A disruptive and revolutionary startup that wants to revolutionize the cooking process and kitchen industry.

Their innovative solution is featuring an advanced, fully functional robot integrated into a beautifully designed, professional kitchen, it cooks with the skill and flair of a master chef. The prototype was premiered to widespread acclaim at Hanover Messe, the international robotics show.

The consumer version set for launch in 2017 will be supported by an iTunes’ style library of recipes.


World’s First Robotic Kitchen

Mark Oleynik’s Vision Of the Future

The founder of the company shared his Vision of the Future in the European Platform FACE. Check it out below.

A Day In the Life Of Moley Robotics

Check the video and learn the secrets of how the robot learns new recipes. Master Chef Giuseppe Patriarca from Isernia, Italy teaches robot how to cook two new recipes, risotto mantecato with parmesan cheese, pear and black truffle, and oriental style chicken.

The Future is Served indeed. Awesome product and we can’t wait for the crowdfunding campaign to start.

A few words about Moley Robotics

Moley Robotics has created the world’s first fully-automated and intelligent cooking robot. It learns recipes, cooks them and clears up after itself! It can mimic the actions of a master chef precisely, bringing a variety of delicious dishes, cooked to world-class standards to the domestic kitchen and other food preparation areas. The system comprises a full suite of appliances, cabinetry, safety features, computing and robotics.

Moley is turning the dream of unlimited access to chefs and their recipes worldwide into reality, with the option of the robot creating their dishes for you; producing meals from around the world or even cooking your own recipes and sharing them with others all in your own home.

The next two years Moley is focused on technology development, harnessing and coordinating the global resources. A philosophy of concentrating investor money on research, design and build activity means the organization will have unconventional, stripped down, technology bias to it just a team run by Mark Oleynik supported by a talented network of high powered, well placed advisors and a skeleton crew to keep the basics in place.

Source: Moley Robotics Official

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