A quick survey. Have you ever slept in ’til two in the afternoon? Have you ever worn the same shirt for a week straight? Have you ever been too lazy to reach for the remote while watching TV? If you answered yes to any or all of these questions, then this product is for you.
Thanks to the minds over at istrategyLabs, you’ll soon be able to order Domino’s Pizza to your door with a literal push of a button. This handy little product called PiePal is the result of 3D printing, a Raspberry Pi (basically a computer the size of a credit card) and a bunch of LED lights all jammed into a button you can set on your work desk (or bedside table, no judgement here).
As explained in their one-minute video, you turn the dial on PiePal to pick the number of Pizza’s you will be ordering, press down on the button and then boom. Domino’s pizza, right at your doorstep.
If you wish to become a Beta Tester (see: dream job) for the PiePal you can apply online.
H/T + Picthx PiePal