Eating out in London? That drone will serve your food

Drones, drones, drones, they’re everywhere. In London, a sushi restaurant decided to trade in its conveyor belts for drones to deliver sushi burgers by air. Dubbed the iTray, the four-propeller drone has a flat surface to transport food up to a speed of 25km/h and is controlled by waiting staff with an iPad.

Still, The Guardian reported that ‘the machine drunkenly lurches around at knee height, crashing into camera tripods and chairs or just the ground… when the tray tilts and the prawn crackers fall out they are chopped and sprayed through the area.’ Guess there’s such a thing as machines with attitude too. Especially drones. Too cool.

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