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Microwave TV

Just because they look similar
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A microwave, with an LCD television replacing the normal glass window. Ideally this would be tuned to a channel showing very short programmes.

When you want to look at your food, you can switch the display to the output from the in-microwave webcam which will show your Ready Meal for One, only slightly bigger, and with better colour.
hippo, Dec 11 2003

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       I wonder if the microwaves would disrupt the LCD display?   

       As for the webcam, I personally wouldn't want all that melted plastic and the sparks generated from the metallic components in the cam.   

       But interesting thought! +
v0rtexx, Dec 11 2003

       sitting in front of a microondas is bad for you. Didnt your madre tell you anything?
Hadrian, Dec 11 2003

       Centauri suggested this on my old (now deleted) shifting mesh microwave window idea.
waugsqueke, Dec 11 2003

       [v0rtexx] - mmm, yes, I had envisaged a non-exploding, microwave-safe webcam.
If the microwaves did disrupt the display, it could be used to show where the 'hotspots' of microwave radiation are.
hippo, Dec 12 2003

       you guys ever tried the lightbulb-in-tumbler-of-milk-in-microwave experiment?   

       tis kinda groovy, the wee lightybulb lightys up!
Deathjester, Dec 12 2003

       take a few grapes, slice them in half 99% but leave the two halves connected by a small piece of grape-skin, turn out the lights, and put them in the microwave ... i have no idea why they burst into flames, but they do...
luecke, Dec 12 2003

       I never heard that, but I heard if you puncture a small hole in one end of a grape, and set it on a microwave tray that was oiled to make it slippery, and turn on the microwave, that the grape jet-propels across the tray.
phundug, Dec 12 2003

       too much work for my taste.
nomadic_wonderer, Dec 12 2003


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