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In order to achieve that, we need to add cooking time and instruction fields to OpenFoodFacts and to tweak an existing microwave to use OpenFoodFacts.
 
In order to achieve that, we need to add cooking time and instruction fields to OpenFoodFacts and to tweak an existing microwave to use OpenFoodFacts.
  
=== Cooking Instructions ===
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=== Adding Cooking Instructions support to Open Food Facts ===
 
====Oven====
 
====Oven====
 
* Heat (Mark 1, Mark 2…)
 
* Heat (Mark 1, Mark 2…)
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* Wiring up the microwave timer with Arduino
 
* Wiring up the microwave timer with Arduino
 
* Wiring the Arduino board to a Raspberry Pi connected to the internet (or with a local copy of the OFF db)
 
* Wiring the Arduino board to a Raspberry Pi connected to the internet (or with a local copy of the OFF db)
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* Add a barcode scanner to the Raspberry Pi, or the ability to receive either the cooking instruction or the barcode from a smartphone.

Revision as of 19:00, 27 July 2014

This project aims to see if it's possible to use OpenFoodFacts to automate microwave cooking based on the barcode. In order to achieve that, we need to add cooking time and instruction fields to OpenFoodFacts and to tweak an existing microwave to use OpenFoodFacts.

Adding Cooking Instructions support to Open Food Facts

Oven

  • Heat (Mark 1, Mark 2…)
  • Time (5 minutes)

Microwave

  • Power (600W…)
  • Time (5 minutes)
  • Mode (Defrosting, Normal…)
  • Additional Information

Other

  • Pan
  • Boiling

Tweaking a microwave

  • Wiring up the microwave timer with Arduino
  • Wiring the Arduino board to a Raspberry Pi connected to the internet (or with a local copy of the OFF db)
  • Add a barcode scanner to the Raspberry Pi, or the ability to receive either the cooking instruction or the barcode from a smartphone.