A London-based company has launched a prototype “robo-chef” for the home.
Moley Robotics demonstrated its concept at this year’s Hannover Messe – the big trade fair for industrial technology held annually in Germany.
The cooking machine learns by capturing the movements of a human in the action of preparing a meal.
These movements are then turned into commands that drive a sophisticated pair of robot hands, which were developed by Shadow Robotics.
Shadow’s Managing Director Rich Walker told Jonathan Amos how his company developed the hands.
Source by: BBC News