Friday, November 12, 2010

The shape-shifting kitchen

Along the lines of Jens Dyvik's sculptable hotelroom is Michael Harboun's equally sculptable 'living' kitchen. He imagines that through nanotechnology we will be able to design into physical structures preprogrammed movement paths, so that with the flick of a finger you could have a faucet, a plate, or a cutting board pop out of any surface in your kitchen. Of course nanotechnology is still mostly in the early 'hype' phase and we are probably decades removed from having anything like this, but at least this way we are exploring the conceptual canvas a little first.

1 comment:

Victorian inn bed and breakfast said...

So, I see that this version of Cooking Mama will support same-screen multiplayer. Maybe I'll think about getting it this time..