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New Kitchen Innovations At CES 2015
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New Kitchen Innovations At CES 2015

posted in Ship Happens by Ship It Appliances on 11:16 Jan 11th, 2015<< Back to Ship Happens

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Last week, the Consumer Electronics Show took place in Las Vegas. We saw plenty of new technology for use in the kitchen, and we can’t wait until it is available to customers.

Samsung earned a CES Innovation Awards honour with its new Chef Collection Slide-In Induction Range with Virtual Flame Technology™. This new induction cooker features LED lighting that resembles a flame. When in use, it lights up and provides an individual of the heat level (from simmer to boil). While induction hobs are considered the safest cooktops available, this new technology from Samsung makes them even better.

At this year’s CES, Whirlpool introduced the ‘Interactive Kitchen of the Future’, which builds on the technology of the ‘Interactive Cooktop of the Future’ from 2014. This new innovation connects everything in the kitchen. The cooktop is also a touch screen, which allows you to access information from your fridge (such as which ingredients you have available) and data from the internet in order to create delicious meals.

You can view a quick demo at:

Another full kitchen suite comes from Panasonic. At CES 2015, the company introduced its concept kitchen – which brings another futuristic perspective to kitchen innovations. This kitchen features self-stirring pots, wireless appliances and interactive apps that keep track of the food that you have available in your refrigerator.

Take a look at Panasonic’s self-stirring pan in action:

The 3D food printer from XYZprinting in Taiwan is one of the more peculiar innovations from CES. 3D printing is becoming a popular in the creation of toys, jewellery and various other household items - but this new innovation will make it possible to 3D print food.

At the moment, the machine allows you to create cookies, chocolates and cake decorations. It works by using a flour- or chocolate-based paste to create confectionary in particular shapes. Prior to consuming them, however, you will have to bake them.

Some of the tasty items that you can create with the new 3D food printer. Source.

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