Hacked Microwave Scans Food Barcodes To Get Cooking Instructions
A home-made gadget responds to voice commands to make cooking even easier.
Tired of keying in commands for his microwave to follow, Nathan Broadbent decides to program his so it could accept voice commands – as well as scan the product barcode to decide how long it should be cooked for.
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