The Human Experience of Life
as described in the categorical proprietaries of Culinary Arts and Technology
For hundreds of thousands of years, Humankind have constantly invented, reinvented, and refurbished their idea of "innovation" whether it be over a Domino's Pizza or just a stroke of genius out of the blue, we have continued to improve on that sense of innovation over and over again and thus gone on to achieve the impossible.
Culinary Arts is a way for Humans as innovators to establish a grasp on the ever-changing world around them.
Just like our "sense of self is under construction", so is our sense of innovation. We have become so focused on the "the outcome of the creative process" that we have forgotten about innovation in the traditional sense.
Innovation has always led to discovery.
You can create anything you want-as long as you have an imagination and an aptitude for success
Don't have any special interests in the food industry? You can still apply most of how the food industry innovates to lots of other areas of research, opportunity, and design.
Matthew Robinson author of Knickerbocker Glory: A Chef’s Guide to Innovation in the Kitchen and Beyond believes Fusion Cuisine is the most innovative design in the world of culinary arts so far. "Bringing together different cuisine and different cultural aspects of food creates endless amounts of inspiration for new products and opportunities. These mash-ups are not just new dishes, but new experiences." With innovative fusion cuisine, we can create different and often more interesting ways of looking an issue. Take for example, a website designed to help users. Adding the Fusion Cuisine principle to it could create a website that acts like a favorite restaurant or some other experience.
Innovation has contributed largely to the Culinary Artistic part of human society but how has innovation itself changed?
Technology as we know it has allowed innovation to be launched in new directions at warp speed, allowing companies to test processes, designs, and ideas in ways that were though of as nearly impossible only a decade ago.
Technology is constantly changing. American inventor Philo Farnsworth invented the first electro-mechanical television system in 1927 (officially released to the press in 1928) and then in 2013 less than 100 years later, Google Inc. came out with state-of-the-art Google Glasses that use voice commands and finger swipes to operate. Who knows what we'll have in the next 100 years.