An LED on the button will light up to indicate when the order has gone through
The designers also created a straightforward web interface for users to adjust the PiePal's wireless settings, change their preferred pizza size and toppings, or even link it to their online Domino's account
The PiePal automatically contacts the online ordering system at Domino's Pizza via Wi-Fi and sets up a pre-selected type of pizza to be delivered from the nearest store
To place an order with the PiePal, users just turn the dial to select the number of pizzas they want and press the big button in the center
iStrategyLabs has created the PiePal, a large button that connects to a Raspberry Pi and automatically places a pizza order when pressed
Have you ever craved pizza so strongly that you wished you could press a button and have one show up automatically? Clearly the creative minds at iStrategyLabs have run into this problem more than once, since that's exactly what they made recently. Rather than wading through options on a pizza shop's website, the PiePal allows users to push a single button to immediately order one or more pizzas to be delivered ASAP.
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