Over the holidays I had a chance to see the movie WALL•E, and one of its more amusing portrayals was that of future humans as large fleshy blobs whose every need and desire were catered to by automated systems. By coincidence, I also just happened across an actual robotic product that seems designed to accelerate the human race in exactly that direction.
Designed and built by roboticist and engineer John Cornwell, the Beer-Launching Refrigerator is the ultimate remote-controlled "beverage delivery" system for the couch potato. As the following short (1:38) video demonstrates, the mini-fridge automatically loads a beer from a 10-can magazine into a catapult and then accurately launches the beverage to its intended target:
According to Cornwell, the unit cost about $500 in parts and took about 150 hours of work to design and build. It uses an ATMEGA8535 as the main microprocessor, three intelligent H-bridges to control the motors, a Darlington array to control the solenoid and a MAX232 for RS232 debug I/O.
It was 1960 when its not as much commen as today to get a refrigerator to perserve the food. In that time it was the one off the most luxuries items. But with the passge of time technoolgy progress and now every home have a refrigerator. and in near future every room will be.Trend of getting a Mini fridge is going up with the passge of time now we have several brands with such kind of models. So it might be posssible that in future we build such robots which can serve the food or any other eatables with the easy.