The Make: Family Cooking system continues the pattern of the kitchen being more than just a part of the cooking experience than a place to cook. Designed by Joshua Harrish, the electronic cutting board, which also functions as a step-by-step guide on how to begin from the raw ingredients to the finished product, uses the E-ink system.
The interchangeable modular handles of The Make: Family Cooking system act as batteries that charge the E-ink display on the board. The handles that come together with the cutting board can be detached to be connected with the other cooking apparatus like the whisk and measuring cup.
Impressively, the batteries for those items are charged by kinetic motion, such as when you're whisking or shaking it. The E-ink display acts as a template for the measurements and techniques, programming the recipe instructions into the handle so specific measurements or duration are displayed.