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— Robotics

Briggo's intelligent Coffee Haus could make baristas obsolete

Do you like visiting with that cute barista at the local coffee shop? Well, she/he may be on their way to being replaced by a machine ... maybe. This July, Texas-based company Briggo announced the installation of its first "intelligent" Coffee Haus on the University of Texas at Austin campus. The machine grinds and brews espressos, mochas and other specialty coffees on the spot, to the exact specifications of the customer. Read More
— Health and Wellbeing

Coffee socks keep your feet cool and smell-free

Traditional dress socks are not very gentle to the feet, what with all the heat and sweat they can generate. But new technology can provide new levels of comfort that were not possible until now. From the makers of the high-tech Apollo Shirt, Ministry of Supply once again evokes Greek mythology to launch another sartorial innovation in the shape Atlas, high tech socks that come with a promise of cool and comfortable feet. Read More
— Good Thinking

Alpha Dominche's Steampunk gives baristas total control

With baristas able to draw masterpieces in a macchiato, the days when going out for a coffee meant a cup of something scorched in an urn seem long gone. Unfortunately, if your tastes run more toward brewed coffee rather than a double decaf or skinny latte, you’re still likely to be pointed to a vacuum-flask at the end of the counter. Alpha Dominche’s Steampunk Coffee and Tea Brewer aims to redress the balance of power by asking the espresso machine to make room for a computerized coffee maker that gives baristas the power to replicate a wide variety of brewing methods. Read More
— Environment

Short Circuit project reuses unwanted kitchen appliances

In recent years, repairing and upgrading electronics has largely given way to a trend of disposable gadgets which fill up landfills – especially with regard to home appliances like coffee makers and toasters. However, French designer Gaspard Tiné-Berès proposes to repair and re-use discarded and damaged appliances, with readily available reclaimed materials providing the necessary components, and the bodies constructed from cork. Read More
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