Sound of food sizzling in the cooking pot went unnoticed for years until South Korean artist Viktor Jan came up with the “Beatoven,” an Arduino pot that lets you produce music while cooking in the kitchen. As soon as you put electrified objects into the cooking pot, an onboard Arduino receive current through the pot and turns it into tones and beats that you can modulated using different knobs to create melodious music.
Moreover, you can increase or reduce the frequency of the music by removing or placing the lid on the pot. Essentially an Arduino-powered MIDI interface, the Beatoven is expected to produce various sounds effect with different cooking ingredients. In short, the Beatoven will make the food sound as good as it tastes.