Holographic Appliance Transports Famous Chefs Into The Kitchen [Pics]

Holographic Appliance Transports Famous Chefs Into The Kitchen [Pics]

Global Chef is a conceptual device that will conjure up projections of friends and famed cooks to make meal preparation more social.

Emma Hutchings
  • 28 june 2013

Designer Dawid Dawod has an MA in Advanced Product Design from the Umeå Institute of Design in Sweden. His submission to the Electrolux Design Lab is Global Chef, a product and service that connects people from around the world through cooking using hologram technology.

The conceptual kitchen appliance conjures up holographic chefs or family and friends so people can cook together regardless of their location. The user can choose to cook with random people across the globe, join cooking classes or arrange dinner parties with loved ones straight from their kitchen.

Kitchen Appliance Uses Holographic Technology To Make Cooking Social [Pics]

The product transfers smells, reduces kitchen noise while in use and matches users based on available ingredients placed in the smart bowl which senses the food. The social media platform has a simple and clear interface which floats in the air, enabling the user to choose between roulette mode, scheduled mode or personal mode.

In order to find out if they have all of the required ingredients for a certain dish, the user can either connect Global Chef to a fridge that keeps track of the food stored, or place food on the Global chef smart surface which calculates the amout needed for the recipe. Click through to see images of Dawod’s Global Chef:

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