The William is a new concept for an electric, touch screen stove-top. I made this video to explain how it would work.
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i think it is very cool but my first thoughts are these: can i place food directly onto the surface? like a grill? and how are the electronics protected from possible fluid spills? it is very cool looking tho.
First of all, excellent concept; however, I feel compelled to point out the one major flaw that cant be ignored. The burners on a standard electric stove top have an maximum energy density of about 40 watts per square inch, this drop in stove top seems to be a standard 36″ drop in. If you have a 36″ drop in the surface area is 36″ x 21″ which gives you a total of 756 square inches.
This is one of those things that would probably drive some people insane. Like those who like to cook with a beer in their hands and end up with char-broiled booze. Or the guy who stirs the spaghetti only to pick up the melted spatula he set down only a moment earlier. And lets not even think about when the baby crawls on the oven. “The oven killed my child” isn’t something the cops are gonna believe.