Developed by a research group at the Tokyo Institute of Technology, this cooking simulator will provide you with "a force feedback fry pan and spatula to accurately recreate the sense of cooking."
This simulator calculates the heat transfer from the pan to the meat or vegetables that are being cooked, and displays the visible changes caused by heating. The fry pan interface allows for three dimensional input, and as well as moving the fry pan to aid the cooking process, the simulator can feed back the weight of ingredients combined with the tactile feeling of the ingredients cooking.
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