This is a homemade drink mixer made using an Arduino Circuit board http://www.arduino.cc/. This also requires electric solenoid valves that you can find here.
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Robot arm lends hand at drink vendor Shanghai's first robotically enhanced cafe and cocktail bar has been given the go-ahead to operate by the Huangpu District market authorities. At Ratio, located inside the K11 shopping center, customers order via an app and are then served by a robotic [...]
This Robot Can Mix Drinks in Your Hotel Room Industrial-size robots have been serving cocktails on cruises since 2014, thanks to Makr Shakr, a company created by MIT professor Carlo Ratti. Now, a tabletop cocktail bot from startup Somabar is headed for restaurants, bars, and lounges and may [...]
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The Extraction Is Betting On The Billion-Dollar Underdog The coffee cocktail trend hit a milestone of its own this week with the launch of a robot in Shanghai that is programmed to make and serve both. Called Ratio, the robot expands upon robot retail concepts like the Cafe X in San Francisco with more AI. [...]
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This Robot Bartender Lets You Choose a Cocktail With Your Mind Robot bartenders—long seen as more of a gimmick or novelty idea—are steadily gaining both attention and traction. A Doctor Who-inspired cocktail-making robot made its debut during last year's London Design Festival while Monsieur, the company behind [...]
@NerfableBunny ["Well, then cmon down here! I've got a personal mixing robot that can make any drink we want."] This can only end badly.
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The company has bought more than 6 million tons of sugar in this manner since 2015, enough to fill roughly 3,000 Olympic-size swimming pools at a cost of some $2. 3 billion. When in most people's lives do they come across a swimming pool full of sugar, never mind 3,000 of them. I guess if you got 3,000 more Olympic-size pools full of water and mixed them with the sugar pools, you'd have 6,000 Olympic-size pools full of simple syrup. It would take Katie Ledecky a little over two days to swim them at her 800-meter pace , though I suppose that pace would be hard to keep up for two days, or in syrup. If you combined the 6,000 pools of simple syrup with 72,000 pools of rye and 1,200 pools of bitters, you'd end up with 79,000 Olympic-size pools of old-fashioneds, or about 3 trillion cocktails, or about 400 old-fashioneds for every man, woman.
O n the top floor of @home cafe in Tokyo’s geek-friendly Akihabara district, in a low-ceilinged, brightly lit room that smelled of a poorly ventilated deep fryer, a coterie of frilly aproned maids were delivering wobbly, abstractly decadent... " ("Welcome home, master. But with a quick glance around at the clientele, both male and female, all dazed under the spell of saccharine maid energy, it seemed like I was the only person in the room thinking about eating. @home, one of the most popular maid cafes in Tokyo, had been temporarily made over as the GudetamaX@home Collab Café , and was now adorned with the likeness of the "lazy egg" Sanrio character that's become wildly popular both in Japan and the States.
From Singapore to the USA and all around Europe, Edible Innovations profiles food makers that engage in improving the global food system at every stage, from production to distribution to eating and shopping. Join us as we explore the main trends in the industry from a maker perspective. Chiara Cecchini of Future Food Institute — an ecosystem with a strong educational core that promotes food innovation as a key tool to tackle the great challenges of the future — introduces you to the faces,...
Serious question: Aren’t you tired of hearing about “handcrafted” cocktails and mixed drinks? Even the Hilton Garden Inn next to NCM Motorsports Park has a little sign in the elevator bragging that they serve handcrafted cocktails. What’s the alternative? A giant multi-armed robot that mixes cocktails with inhuman precision while it stares at you with a single baleful Cylon eye? Would you rather get your drink that way? I sure wouldn't.Advertisement - Continue Reading BelowThe truth of the...
Is it far-fetched to believe that pubs may one day be swarming with ‘selfie’ drones recording customers’ every move and automatically posting updates on social media? Or that special spectacles may be used to research online, in real-time, some of the more outlandish claims a companion might try to spin us? Is it outlandish to think those same super specs might be able to detect elevated physiological responses – such as an increased heart rate or blushing under make-up? According to...
The weekly grocery shop can be a familiar routine. Times are changing, though, with many of us now choosing to buy our essentials in different ways.Sixty-five percent of Britons now "regularly or occasionally" visit the supermarket more than once a day, while 11 percent decide what they'll have for supper "just before" eating, according to the Waitrose Food and Drink Report for 2017-18.Innovation is also driving change in the U.K, and technology has been at the heart of online supermarket...