OK I'm not the best cook in the world by I can read for heavens sake and I don't even find it to be that much of a bother.  However, if you can seem to find the energy to flip the box over this fellow may just be onto something.

A man by the name of Nathan Broadbent programmed his microwave to scan product barcodes to determine how long they should cook.

The microwave pulls cooking instructions from an online database so you don't even have to set the microwave.   What's even more  amazing to me is the fact that there was no such database in existence, so Broadbent decided to build his own. Will it ever be on the market.  Only time will tell so listen for the DIING!

Wanna see?

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