In all, the 14-foot-long machine, which Creator refers to as a ‘culinary instrument,’ contains 20 computers, 350 sensors and 50 actuators. These mechanisms work to assemble the burger
California-based startup Creator has built a robot machine that cooks burgers
- Chutes add ingredients to the burger so that it never touches human hands
- The machine is set to debut at Creator’s San Francisco storefront in September
Your next cheeseburger could be made by a robot.
California-based startup Creator has built a machine that can cook patties, toast buns, squirt on the sauce and assemble your burger in just five minutes.
It took eight years to develop, but the burger robot is almost ready to make its big debut at the company’s first storefront in San Francisco, according to TechCrunch.
Creator expects to open the storefront to the public in September.
In all, the 14-foot-long machine, which Creator refers to as a ‘culinary instrument,’ contains 20 computers, 350 sensors and 50 actuators.
A series of vertical tubes contain stacks of pickles, cheese, tomatoes and onions, among other things.