What else could a superhero do in real life when there aren’t any aliens or monsters to fight against? Well, they can be a helping hand in the kitchen. Last year, a Chinese cook turned the Japanese famous superhero Ultraman into a slicing machine, which helped him to slice a dough into pieces of Chinese-style noodles. A year later, the maker decided to produce it in large quantities and selling it to other restaurants in China. Check out a video after the break.
According to the maker, the robot has the ability to make 150 slices of noodles per minute and play music, and they had sold over 3,000 units so far. Each unit is priced at 10,000 yuan (USD 1,613). As the cost of the robot is a lot cheaper than hiring a worker, many restaurants are likely to purchase a unit.
Source: People’s Daily
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