An Asian restaurant has taken the traditional restaurant concept to an entirely new level. The restaurant uses a touch interface for ordering and catering to a customer’s needs.
Instead of a waiter or waitress, the restaurant receives information entered by the customers at their table. When selecting dishes, the food is actually projected onto the customer’s plate, giving them a preview of their potential meal.
After ordering, customers can also check out the table’s other features, such as a “chef cam”, which allows them to watch their food being prepared in the kitchen.
The table itself isn’t actually a touchscreen – the interface is projected from above, and can recognize a customer’s gestures.