College Student Builds iPhone-Controlled Burrito Maker

College Student Builds iPhone-Controlled Burrito Maker

Let's all give a round of applause to a young man named Marko Manriquez. Mr. Manriquez, who's currently studying interactive telecommunications at NYU, has created a machine that can make burritos anyway you like them. 

The machine is called the BurritoB0t. To make a burrito, you place a tortilla onto the machine's platter,  then use your iPhone to dial in what condiments you would like in your burrito. From there you just sit back and watch in amazement as various pieces of metal and plastic work together to create your meal. 

For those who want to see it for themselves, Manriquez says he plans to tour the BurritoB0t around NYC this summer.

[via Slashgear]

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