The Retro Internet of Things Pizza Ordering Device from Intel Hackathon, Seattle

Having got over a previous bout of ordering way too much pizza online, I can now appreciate things like this without worrying too much about a relapse.. I think.

The Intel IoT Roadshow took place last week in Seattle with teams using the Intel IoT development pack to see what cool things they could come up with.. ok, the gui may not be ‘app like’ on this but it’s not supposed to be. An retro-Scandinavian pizza ordering device for the modern age.

The Pizza Time team comprised Tucker Spofford, Nick Alto and Patrick Mankins from Seattle based technology product design house Artefact who created the clock which is able to perform the more important tasks in life, especially if you are at a Hackathon, using Intel’s Edison board to feed into an LED display power the functionality of the clock.

Although this demonstration was limited to ordering cheese and pepperoni, the team say they are intending on further developing Pizza Time and making it an open source project.

 

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Having got over a previous bout of ordering way too much pizza online, I can now appreciate things like this without worrying too much about a relapse.. I think. The Intel IoT Roadshow took place last week in Seattle with teams using the Intel IoT development pack to see what cool things they could come up with.. ok, the gui may not be 'app like' on this but it's not supposed to be. An retro-Scandinavian pizza ordering device for the modern age. The Pizza Time team comprised Tucker Spofford, Nick Alto and Patrick Mankins from Seattle based technology product design…

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