Tell me if this situation sounds familiar:
You’ve just finished your Saturday morning Bunnings shop. You’ve loaded whatever you bought into the car, fished out some coins from the centre console and you’re walking back to the shop entrance. There it is, in its simple beauty, the green marque, the handwritten chalkboard, the smell of cheap meat; the Bunnings Sausage Sizzle. You line up, pay your $2.50 and then reach for the condiments. But what do you see? A mess. Someone has managed to get sauce everywhere. You can’t get a firm grip on the bottle because the sauce is running down the side, the tips have a crusty layer preventing the sauce from flowing freely. Pure chaos.
If you know what I’m talking about all too well, the #SauceBot is about to turn your world upside down.
Take a minute to absorb the ingenuity that is the #Saucebot. All you do is place your sausage and onion loaded slice of white bread into the machine, and the #SauceBot squeezes the perfect amount of chosen topping onto your snag, eliminating any mess.
Currently the bot has only been spotted in Melbourne, but hopefully, the creators Connected Community Hackerspace manage some deal with Bunnings so we can get these all across our beautiful country. If that doesn’t come through Producer Leon from The Drive Show has promised to try and build one.