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Raspberry Pi Microwave [Project]
posted October 16 2013 6:50.53 by spic0m




A microwave controlled by a Raspberry Pi, reading barcodes that instruct the microwave exactly what to do. As a bonus there is an automatically updated clock from the internet, voice command control and its own dedicated online database with cooking instructions, it even has a web page so you can control it from your phone (why not), and set up cooking instructions for products.


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