The Microwave SymB is one of surprisingly few concepts that suggest the use of a circular chamber inside. Ideally, a domed cavity would serve best to warm a dish evenly and reduce the amount of energy wasted. Rafael Poiate's design hence takes an appearance somewhat like a that of a helmet, with its mechanics hidden in its round base and curved back and its edible contents visible behind a transparent visor.
A handle on the right side of the window opens easily for the insertion of your plate of food and just three buttons make its use much less complicated. In one cutting-edge version of the Microwave SymB, a camera is mounted in the top of the meal-warming sphere. It would scan a QR code on the packaging of your frozen food and decipher its precise cooking instructions to initiate them for you.
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The Microwave SymB Heats Your Meals in a Revolutionary Way
Published: Jul 14, 2012 • References: industrialdesignserved