Chop-Syc Tablet Designer Wants to Brings Wi-Fi Technology and Digital Screens to Cutting Boards

If you like to use digital recipes, you know that the kitchen is no place for an iPad – it’s not waterproof or knife-friendly. Siobhán Andrews knows about this technological dilemma. She’s the designer behind the Chop-Syc, a tablet that masquerades as a wooden board when you’re chopping, but switches to reading tablet mode for recipe retrieval. The design won the GetitDownOnPaper challenge at Sharp Laboratories – a competition between 70 international designers.

There’s not a definite plan to make the design a reality, but Andrew’s two months internship at Sharpe could help to solidify that decision.  Andrews work primarily revolves around humanitarian and medical equipment. visit her personal site for more details.



Publish date: June 26, 2013 https://dev.adweek.com/digital/chop-syc-tablet-designer-wants-to-brings-wi-fi-technology-and-digital-screens-to-cutting-boards/ © 2020 Adweek, LLC. - All Rights Reserved and NOT FOR REPRINT
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