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Culinary Assistant / Electronic inventory device

Utilizing passive RFID labels in food packaging, this is a small, in-home device which would automatically detect the presence of food in the home. The device consists of a small touch screen with internal antenna, which sits on your counter top. The device is designed to automatically cross reference the food inventory with a vast library of recipes. This will aid the user who may be tired and uncreative to come up with a meal with food available at home. It is also designed to help the user cook the right amount of food to help cut down on food spoilage/waste. When the food packaging is discarded, the system updates.

University

Metropolitan State College Denver

Metropolitan State College Denver
Denver, United States

Mr. John Wanberg

Design

Wilson, Matt

Wilson, Matt
Broomfield, United States

Matt Wilson