Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Amazing robots in food industry

Everyone knows about Japan and their obsession with anything robotic, but China is no slouch either when it comes to metallic innovation
Robot Chefs
In Shanghai, Wishdoing is a popular fast-food restaurant located on Nanjing Road. Its owners have recently purchased two robots (at $30,350 each) that can cook Chinese popular specialties. These include: spicy diced chicken with peanuts, Kung Pao chicken and Mapo Tofu (bean curd with chili sauce). All one needs to do is press the button on the robots to choose a dish and they will display the name of the ingredients and their quantities. The robots only take three minutes to wash the pots from a previous order, mix the ingredients, finish the cooking and then place the food onto a plate for serving.

Robot Waitress
The Dalu Robot Restaurant, in Jinan, northern China’s Shandong Province, has a very special wait staff indeed. All of the waitresses (six in total) are robots that follow a fixed route that can serve up to 100 diners.
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