Sleek, stylish and super-compact are just the beginning of the vertical kitchen's list of features.
The Nomad espresso maker employs simple technology that makes our need for caffeine as green as possible.
Whirlpool is generally not a brand that we associate with futuristic concepts, but at this year's CES, they're showing their vision for the kitchen of 2020.
Wait, are you saying you never wanted a screen on your fridge? Because Samsung's vision for a connected kitchen includes just that, among other upgrades.
Toaster tech hasn't really advanced in the last 100 years. Yes, we now have pop-up toasters and models with fancy digital timers, but the actual toast making abilities haven't changed much since the early 20th century. The Hue toaster from student inventor Basheer Tome aims to fix that by being the smartest toaster you've ever seen.
A new device promises to revolutionize the fast food world while delivering high-quality meals, Rube Goldberg style.
In our dreams for the future, lasers are everywhere. They surround us, they bind us, and on occasion (hopefully without any searing pain), they penetrate us. Andrey Kokorin is working hard to extend this philosophy into the kitchen, with his concept for a sort of three-dimensional laser food processor thing called Blitz.
This loopy conceptual gadget promises to produce the perfect drink every time. Just add all the elements into the spout and — voilà! — a delectable cocktail is dispensed for your enjoyment.
If you're a butcher who needs perfectly even slices of meat every time, it takes real skill to know exactly where to cut to get say precisely a quarter pound. This professional meat slicer injects some technology into the process, by using laser measurement to deliver perfect precision.
Fruit juice doesn't get much fresher than this, folks: Takara Tomy's new Gurefuru Chuchu citrus gut-mangler will scramble the insides of whatever you jam it into, leaving nothing but pure sweet juices behind.