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Emma Caselton's Recipe Cards Can Tell Time

 - Aug 24, 2009   Updated: Aug 10 2011
References: emmacaselton & inewidea
Emma Caselton has designed this technologically advanced recipe card for people that have trouble in the kitchen. The recipe card targets precision and accuracy in cuisine creations.

All you have to do is put the recipe card on a timer and the arm will automatically slide down the side of the recipe to pursue an accurate cooking time. Have your dishes made on time and on schedule with this recipe card by Emma Caselton.

Implications - The digitization of the modern world means that everything will have computerized elements installed in order to make the customer experience as easy as possible. If a cookbook can be programmed, then anything can and investors should take heed. In the near future, most consumer goods will have some digital capabilities and the companies to provide them first will monopolize their market.