The Living Kitchen will blow your mind. Using what is known as Claytronics, which is basically a form of nanotechnology, tiny little robots create any forms out of moldable mass that the user desires. For instance, if you suddenly needed an extra cutting board, you would literally pull one out from the wall.
The Living Kitchen by Michael Harboun would revolutionize the way we cook and prepare food. No longer would we have to buy utensils or appliances. This concept technology is currently being researched, so we could see something like this in our lifetime.
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