Magnetic Sensor Syncs Your Cooking Pot To Your Stovetop [Video]

Magnetic Sensor Syncs Your Cooking Pot To Your Stovetop [Video]
Design & Architecture

The device wirelessly helps to optimize heat levels and prevent overboiling or burning.

Emma Hutchings
  • 17 april 2012

IQcook by design group Gorenje aims to revolutionize the way we cook. A magnetic smart sensor, which can be attached to any type of lid, wirelessly communicates with the induction stovetop to allow completely safe and controlled cooking. It can automatically adjust the operation of the stovetop, controlling timing, preventing pots from boiling over and food from burning. There are a number of user-adjusted preset operating modes including IQboil, IQpro, IQsteam, IQfry, and IQgrill.

Magnetic Sensor Syncs Your Cooking Pot To Your Stovetop [Video]

The kitchenware innovation also optimizes the cooking temperature to save energy, providing up to 40% of power savings compared to conventional induction stoves. IQcook will be available for purchase by the end of the year. Check out the video below to see it in action:


+Electronics & Gadgets
+Product Design
+wireless technology

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