The CES fair in Las Vegas is always interesting and many vendors participate, showing off their innovations. The degree of innovation at the CES 2017 was amazing in all spheres. Many of the devices were smart devices which would help in different areas of one’s life. Including kitchen gadgets which are built using cutting edge technology. Take a look at the 9 most stunning gadgets which were showcased at the CES 2017:
Panasonic Induction Oven
The Panasonic Oven uses induction plus dual infrared technologies to cook meals, broil, grill, reheat and bake, apart from other things. The countertop oven from Panasonic seems to be aimed at people who look for healthy cooking methods.
Cocktail Assistant from Pernod Ricard
The cocktail assistant is a device which fits any bottle. The nifty little device then informs about the amount of drinks and cocktails that are possible to be made out of that particular type of alcohol. After the selection of cocktail, the device prompts the exact quantity of alcohol to be released, but the mixing has to be done by hand.
Whirlpool Zera Food Recycler
The Zera Food Recycler is an invention from Whirlpool which is a solution to reduce food waste from households filling up landfills. It converts a week’s waste food of a US family (up to 3.5 kg) into fertilizer that can be used for plants. As composting is in vogue right now, this invention is quite timely as it can convert food waste into fertilizer without any hassles.
This pan is sensor enabled and connects health professionals and chefs with home cooks. The temperature and weight sensors allow the app to give detailed recipe instructions. The recipes are provided in real time, as the person is cooking the meal.
The Smarter FridgeCam lets you know if there’s food in your fridge or if it’s time for you to buy groceries. The app lets the user find out exactly what there is in the fridge, at anytime and from any place. This can prevent overbuying and stocking, as things go bad or stale if you don’t get time to use them.
The iGulu is a machine meant for beer lovers, especially those who like to brew their own pint. It’s reasonably priced, designed stylishly and is controlled by a user-friendly high tech system, which has precise sensors. The app ensures that the home brew turns out to be of high quality. Manufactured by the Shanghai Haoyang Network Technology Co, iGulu was one of the cool kitchen gadgets that showed up at Vegas.
Samsung Family Hub Refrigerator
This next gen refrigerator is deemed to be one of the most successful launches in the refrigerator market. It delivers connected functionality, coordinates family connections and implements efficient food management. The screen on the fridge allows the users to leave messages on it, look up recipes and use it for other internet enabled functions.
Virtual User eXperience from Grundig is a control system which controls kitchen appliances via light projection. Dishwasher, hood and hob can be controlled with this new user interface operated with the help of light. This new tech might point the way to others who might manufacture devices using light projection tech.
Mastercard Groceries is the first app which can be used to shop for groceries (as the name implies) integrated into the Family Hub Refrigerator from Samsung. Users can stock the fridge from the kitchen itself, and for those who are on the move, they can use the app with the help of the companion app available on iOS and Android. Stocking the fridge will become a bit easier with this new app.
This app is aimed at tea lovers who love their cuppa to be perfect. The app is linked to a connected cube which guides the user through the steps of tea preparation that is recommended by the app, for every individual user and all the ingredients are calculated as per the taste of the tea drinker.
The CES fair is one which attracts the crème de la crème of the world’s best inventors and innovators and this year too, there were many new inventions including some amazing ones for the kitchen.