Technology is amazing. Ever since it started 'going digital,' technology has improved by leaps-&-bounds, decade-after-decade ... except for the microwave. Other than its switch from rotary/clockface to push-button/digital, it has stayed fairly the same since the early `50s ... especially in knowing how long to cook food without opening the microwave & checking it every minute or so. That's why 'this guy' (I forget the name) started working on a technology that uses infrared cameras to change the front of the microwave into a screen that shows just how hot your food as gotten. Tinkering with it on weekends for about a year, he upgraded it so that you don't even have to be in the kitchen to see your food & keep it going for another 30 seconds at a time (if you need to)! He did some research, saw that nobody owned the patent on such a device, & bought it. Now he just needs to tell investors that there are people who would buy it if they put it out!Log In to help him measure that demand! Or--if you DON'T want a better microwave--why not?