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Wi-Fi Cutting Board Lets Cooks Search For Recipe Tips As They Chop

Chop-Syc has an embedded digital screen that can display info from websites.

Leah Gonzalez
Leah Gonzalez on June 26, 2013. @leahgonz

We can use our smartphones and tablets to search the web for recipes and cooking techniques while in the kitchen. With Chop-Syc , we can have all that information right on the kitchen cutting board.

A concept by Sustainable Product Design student Siobhan Andrews, Chop-Syc is a digital chopping board that can connect to the internet via WiFi and display healthy recipes, recommended daily allowances or RDA, portion sizes, and other information.

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When not in use, the board looks like a regular wooden chopping board. The cutting board is made out of scratch-proof glass and can be powered up by placing it on a rechargeable mat.

Chop-Syc was chosen as the winner of the #GetItDownOnPaper competition by Sharp Laboratories of Europe. Winning the competition gave Andrews, who is currently studying at Falmouth University, a two-month paid internship at Sharp Labs.

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