MIT students have opened the world's first fully robotic restaurant

In the world there are many conceptual and creative restaurants. Like places where the food is served in total darkness, or institutions in which only the molecular menu kitchen present. And recently, as the newspaper writes Engadget, has opened a new restaurant for lovers of high technology and robotics. Four students of Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the chef, the owner of the Michelin, Daniel Bulud opened the world's first fully robotic restaurant.

MIT students have opened the world's first fully robotic restaurant

The facility is located in Boston and was named Spyce. It is arranged as follows: a restaurant kitchen is 7 autonomous blocks, each of which is responsible for the cooking of certain foods, and they are connected by a system of distributors and the drum. On arrival at the restaurant the customer only need to choose what he would like to try. After this self-contained modules will begin cooking. Some modules are responsible for vegetables, others for the fruit, and some of the meat products and so on. To reheat Spyce used in plate which is heated by magnetic induction. After each cooking plate is cleaned of food. In this kitchen itself is fully open to the public viewing, and they can personally see how robots will automatically prepare their food. The only workers-people restaurant Spyce are 2 chefs who follow the machines work and are engaged in serving ready-made dishes. Many restaurant critics appreciated the taste quality food, cooked by robots, as "quite high". Well, you're using the video clip, which is located below, you can personally learn about the structure of the restaurant.

MIT students have opened the world's first fully robotic restaurant