I’m not much of an outdoors guy, but I’m pretty sure that a lot of campers think that preparing and cooking food is part of the experience. If you’re not in that camp though, you might want to take a look at the WaveBox, a portable microwave oven.
Keita Watanabe, Ph.D., and Shota Matsuda of Japan’s Keio University have won a couple of awards for their crazy, yet somehow logical concept for a microwave. Called the Castoven, it eschews the transparent glass panel typically seen on microwave ovens in place of a 10.4-inch LCD display.
Why would you want to make a PC that looked exactly like a kitchen appliance? Dunno, maybe just so you could say it could be done?
Czeck modder Zbyšek built his Project MiniCooker PC that’s a dead ringer for his full-size cooktop, complete with blue LED “gas burners” that look just like the real deal.