Bose High Tech Cooking System

Project Vortex Stovetop

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+7 1. huldu commented 4 years ago

That looks like it will be ridiculously expensive. Not just the stove itself but the additional pans and what not. Maybe if it works out well it'll be cheap as dirt in 20-30 years.
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+4 2. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

This looks amazing, the future right there. When you see things like this you get a glimpse into the kind of world, that you won't be able to come back to, fifty years after you die, that you wouldn't recognize if you could.
They make excellent speakers too. :)
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+1 3. mwak commented 4 years ago

this system built on some other surfaces than glass would be so cool.
I hope they make other materials than metal for the pans. With glass glass furnitures, it would be a buy for me :)
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+3 4. Klemm commented 4 years ago

Something for the ultra rich to show off with. Completely impractical otherwise.
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+4 5. Abdullah54 commented 4 years ago

Guys, it's just significantly improved induction system. Maybe using rocket science materials for the pan but it's not a rocket science ;). Cold pan - ok, nice work, can live without that, you need it if the cooktop should be built in a temperature non-resistant materials.
On the other hand, if you really wanted a temperature controlling system with the feedback to the cooktop it should not be so difficult to add even to the current generation of cooktops. The only issue would be correcly placing the thermometer probe. The rest is just a simple control system (doable with arduino in the worst case) to drive the cooker properly.
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-1 6. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

#5 No it isn't :D
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+1 7. gadgetfreak commented 4 years ago

I bet its gonna be the same as with their really cool suspension (snotr video 16837), a commercial failure...
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+1 8. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

#7 it may have been a commercial failure for Bose, but electromagnetic suspensions are used in quite a few high end cars today. I believe it started with Cadillac. Instead of the whole suspension, they primarily used it in their shock absorbers, a much more simple and cost effective approach.