Smart Cookin’

Set to hit markets by the end of this year, the IQcook by Gorenje aims to reinvent the way we cook. The magnetic smart sensor, which can be placed on any lid, allows completely safe and controlled cooking while also providing up to 40% power savings. The device syncs wirelessly with the cooking hob to regulate heat so the user can concentrate on the rest of their cooking without having to worry about water boiling over or food being over-cooked. It’s about time we had something like this!

Designer: Gorenje

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9 Comments

  • Nathan says:

    Sigh… it’s spelled “Genius”. I don’t mind a few spelling errors in student concept work, but this looks like an actual marketing campaign. That’s just unfortunate. Who’s the “genious” who missed that one?

  • Jimmy C says:

    Wow. Why hasn’t this been done before? That’s brilliant!

  • Pamela says:

    Puchased my first induction stovetop this year. Blink and its done. I love it!

  • Rawwhale says:

    Wait, can someone explain how adding a bluetooth interface to every pot and burner could possibly “save 40% on energy”?

    Either way, no one wants to be stuck using proprietary cookery (especially with a company that can’t even spell “genius”) just to help them boil water.

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