San Mateo, CA (PRWEB) December 13, 2014
Infocom America Inc., a subsidiary of Infocom (JASDAQ: 4348), launched AmKitchen to bring modern Japanese cuisine to American homes. This is Infocom’s first Glassware, an application for Google’s Glass. Haruno Yamaguchi, a rising Japanese chef, created AmKitchen’s recipes and directed their instructional videos specifically for those new to the cuisine. By offering instructional cooking videos, AmKitchen simplifies elaborate Japanese dishes for all. The Glassware can be found on MyGlass and in the future will include more recipes and cuisines.
By developing on Glass, Infocom improves upon digital recipes by embedding photos, timers, and videos, thus allowing the user to easily navigate the recipe step by step. Furthermore, the user can browse the application by tilting their head or speaking, freeing their hands for cooking. With these added features, AmKitchen unlocks the full potential of Glass and allows users to fully immerse themselves in new cuisines and recipes.
Interested parties should contact Infocom at info(at)infocomamerica(dot)com to learn more about the Glassware.
About Infocom Group:
Infocom is a global IT company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan with offices in Japan and the United States. Infocom America Inc. (IAI), its wholly owned subsidiary, invests in U.S. startup companies who are looking to enter Asian markets. Infocom offers services to healthcare organizations, educational institutions, research organizations, call centers, mid to large cap businesses as well as regular consumers. Some of their popular products are GRANDIT, iRad and SR-SFA. For more information about Infocom, please visit http://www.infocomamerica.com.