Haptics of Cooking

What: A series of blind cooking utensils that provides an insight into living by touch.

How: As the cooking tools promote haptic flexibility and unpack the fear of not-seeing and not-knowing in what might be the most dangerous domestic space—the kitchen. It introduces a new side of functionality th


rough the use of haptic sense. The monopoly of vision is questioned through its absence and the tools bring to light that "seeing" is not only visual.

Why: Seeing might be believing. Ironically, non-seers have sharper senses and are attuned to the environment much more than those who see. By presenting cooking oriented by touch, the project aims to shorten the distance between the seeing and people who have no or diminished vision.

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Kitchen & Tableware, Inclusive Design

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