According to the media, "PiePal" is a product developed using a 3D printer. A small card-sized computer "Raspberry Pi" and a large number of LED lights are connected to the buttons. It is said that it is possible to order pizza by accessing the online ordering service of Domino's Pizza using Wi-Fi. It seems that the types of pizza that can be ordered are associated with numbers from 1 to 5.
The usage of "PiePal" is as follows.
1. Dial the number of the pizza you want to order
2. Press the button
3. Domino's Pizza arrives in about 30 minutes
How easy it is to order pizza! You don't have to leave the room, speak, and order in less than 10 seconds. "PiePal" is a dream product for those who are troublesome.
... When you think about it, it's an era when you can easily order meals using the Internet. You might think that you don't need to use this button. However, the author feels romance in the invention that was (probably) created by the simple idea of a child, "Pizza arrives at the push of a button" and the earnest desire to save the trouble of ordering to the utmost limit. I can't help it.
By the way, this "PiePal" seems to be currently being tried with a test monitor. Whether you buy it or not, I can't wait for the day when it will be released to the general public.