Cooking goes hi-tech with designer Sarah R. L. Johnson's 'Google Cooktop,' an interactive kitchen countertop and stove concept that offers easy recipe selection and information on cooking for specific guests.
Featuring a smart screen embedded into your countertop, the Google Cooktop provides different options for connecting to the Internet; a user can choose wireless access, connect via his computer or use the Google Cooking App on his smartphone. Then, Google Cooktop lets you search online for recipes or will suggest recipes for you. Along with helping you measure and weigh ingredients, the cooktop also lets you input the profiles of those who will be enjoying the dinner with you. In return, you will receive information on each individual's diet preferences and get suggestions on portion sizes and what type of meal to cook to reduce the chances of wasting food.
Visit Johnson's portfolio for more information on the Google Cooktop concept and its unique cuisine functions.
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