Nintendo DS Cooking Navigator

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While the rest of the world are busy playing games on their Nintendo consoles, Japanese people found a new utility to use their DS & DS Lites. Nintendo has launched a DS Cooking Navigator which helps bad (or good) cooks to make and learn new recipes. It works by selecting a particular recipe and the virtual chef guiding you through. It uses voice recognition or touchscreen to accept commands and it won’t proceed until you say OK or click on the screen. Each recipe has pics as well as their nutritional value. Watch the commercial after the break but hey, its in Japanese.



 


 

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