This smart kitchen countertop is destined to spruce up just about every user’s culinary skills. On display at the ninth annual Intel Research Day, held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA the countertop’s functionality simply leaves you amazed. The Oasis recognizes the objects placed on it and provides helpful hints, nutritional information and recipes regarding the same. All of this is done with the help of 3-D depth perceiving camera and a pico projector. The camera allows the countertop to be touch sensitive and helps sense both the object and the hand in motion on its surface. A simple touch can summon all the images or video on a particular recipe. The counter can even suggest recipes based on two different types of foods placed atop. These images are projected on the surface using a pico projector made by Microvision. The countertop’s use can be stretched beyond the kitchen as well. It can be put to good use in bathrooms as well.