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Straight out of family recipes: Robo Cook in Bengaluru makes Indian dishes


Team Udayavani, Jul 1, 2021, 2:11 PM IST

Source: NOSH

Euphotic Labs, a Bengaluru-based startup have designed a Robot called ‘NOSH’ , to cook food following the recipes word to word.

Yatin Varachhia, a Gujarat-based IISc graduate is the one who came up with the robot.

It is based on Artificial intelligence and it took around three years and six prototypes to zero in on the current model.

Yatin says the struggle for good food began when he moved to Bengaluru in 2008 and it continued throughout, “My wife and I both worked, and we craved good home-cooked food which wouldn’t be possible always given our hectic schedule. Ordering out or other options wasn’t a sustainable lifestyle. That’s when I felt the urge to find a proper solution.”

Yatin initially discussed the subject with about 100 people and finally collaborated with four friends: Pranav Raval, Amit Gupta, and Sudeep.

Explaining the components, Yatin said, ” There are different compartments for spices, oil, and water. There are also separate trays for main ingredients for meat, rice, or vegetables. Fill different ingredients in the designated slots and choose the dish with a click. The time required for cooking is the same as it takes if one does it manually because the process is the same and the robot follows it. But the hard work is done without human interference.”

He explains that the robot can cook a simple Upma, to a complicated Biryani or Fish curry or even a Dal Makhani and that it is designed to cook one-pot meals.

According to Amit, co-founder, Euphotic labs, “The best part about the food cooked by NOSH is that it doesn’t taste like it is machine-cooked one.”

Further explaining about the machine, Amit asserts, “The robot has 4 motions that are equal to the various stirring and frying methods we use in Indian food.”

He mentioned that they have around 200 orders and inquiries from different corners of the world.

Currently, the device is priced at Rs. 50,000 and pre-order pricing is Rs.40,000.

NOSH is not the first robotic kitchen set up, a robot from UK would not only cook meals but also clean up the kitchen later on.

 

 

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