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Skoltech (Russia) scientists are working to combine machine vision with an artificial nose to ensure the proper level of doneness for cooked chicken. The technology aims to help restaurants monitor and automate cooking processes.
In pursuit of the perfect chicken, the researchers employed an industrial camera and an array of sensors (called an e-nose) designed to detect the presence of certain components of an odor. These devices monitor the chicken as it cooks — looking and smelling to determine when it is fully cooked.
The work evolved from a student project at the lab by Ainul Yaqin, the co-author of the research paper. Yaqin traveled to Novosibirsk to test the ability of chemical sensors developed by the lab to…READ MORE