[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Since 1967, microwaves haven’t really changed much. Technology has come a long way over the years and today we take for granted some absolutely miraculous devices that would have seemed like magic to our great grandparents. But for all computers, smartphones and VR headsets have progressed, some technologies have barely changed at all since they first came along.
Take the microwave for instance. Here is a piece of technology that remains exactly the same as it did when it first came out.
So Mark Robber thought this should change and went about designing a better microwave which he’s now raising funds for.
And actually… he succeeded in every way imaginable.
Microwaves of the 21st Century Will Be Amazing – Watch Food Cook On Your Phone
This ‘better microwave’ uses infrared cameras and a screen built into the door so that you can actually see how hot the thing inside is getting as it turns slowly from blue to white. This way you know when the item is cooked (when it’s all white) and you could even get the microwave to stop automatically at that point. Or you could have it stream to your smartphone so you can cook foods remotely.
So you’d never burn your tongue again, never bite into a half-frozen burrito and get to feel like the Predator all the time.
The future is finally here!