Boy, if only cooking meals were to be as advanced as the Lotus wireless cooking system that aims to take over the role of the conventional static hob. Individual pieces were designed for different cooking styles and meal types, so you can pick from a teppanyaki plate if you’re craving for some Japanese, while the wok hob is perfect to churn out hot Chinese food. These pieces are powered via resonant induction, where transmission coils are hidden beneath the counter top while receiving coils are located in each of the pieces. Another plus point would be the much easier clean up process, as you can just dunk the plates in water once you’re done with your meal. Guess this is yet another concept that might take some time to make the transition to the real world, if ever.
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