Replacing dumb kitchen appliances with smarter ones will likely take decades, and given the fights over who will control the home, you may not want to start yet. Here’s a retrofit that may help.
My dreams of a connected kitchen are getting under way with a pre-order campaign for a cute connected scale designed for baking. But the real revolution behind Drop is a recipe rethink.
Supermechanical, the design shop behind the Twine sensor has launched two connected thermometers for cooking. The Range thermometers might be the beginning of quantified cooking and a slew of connected kitchen gadgets.
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When Supermechanical turned to Kickstarter to crowdsource funding of its Internet of Things project, it’s doubtful even company co-founders would have thought that they’d reap nearly a half a million dollars — more than 1,000 percent of goal — with time to spare.