“mmh…. tonight i wish a PIZZA!”
We’ve all heard about ubiquitous computing, right? And what about the Internet of Things?
Ever wish pizza could magically appear at the press of a button?
Yes, fridges have often been cited in hypothetical, futuristic scenarios involving ubiquitous computing…fridges that know what’s inside, offering dish suggestions based on its content. But what about fridges that don’t care what’s contained within, and helps you order a pizza for delivery instead? Well it’s here, sort of. see video….
Red Tomato Pizza in Dubai has developed a fridge magnet that you sync and set-up once with your smartphone via Bluetooth. You attach the fridge magnet to, well, your fridge, and then to order a pizza, just push the button.
“Some people call it a ‘pizza emergency button for your belly’,” the company says. “Others say it’s the ‘best thing since sliced bread’.
We call it ‘The VIP Fridge Magnet’.
Here’s the official promo video, and here’s another brief clip showing how it works
Do you think this is the future of the modern kitchen? Would you order a pizza from a magnet? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.