Pizza lovers are more than likely going to lose their minds over the PiePal. This ingenious creation allows you to order pizza simply by pressing a button. It was built by the folks over at iStrategylabs and orders pizza from Dominos. The pizzas are ordered using Wi-Fi and the device itself is powered by Raspberry Pi.
Users of the PiePal can customize the type of pizza they want to order via the online user interface. Once you have the pie you want, all you need to do is pick how many you want and then push the button. Your order will be sent and you can even link the PiePal to your Domino's account to make life even easier. While this gadget may seem like a fun one-off, iStrategylabs is apparently interested in making it a consumer product and is currently recruit "beta tasters."
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