Ordering Pizza using Internet of Things

Dervla O'Brien


Supervised by Charith Perera; Moderated by Matthias Treder

Children worldwide have poor diets and poor understanding of nutrition, confining food into dichotomous “healthy” and “not-healthy” groups, rather than grasping deeper, more realistic concepts of variety and balance. This project explores how an interactive food ordering system could be designed to help enable children learn to make healthier dietary choices for themselves. The paper extends a previous study on the PizzaBox system and explores how it can be applied to an audience of 9-11 year old children, with the additional aim of being an innovative and engaging way to educate in nutrition and dietary choices. Several designs are explored and discussed, and a final design is produced, incorporating the advice of a community dietitian.

//My Code: https://github.com/Derds/PizzaOrderingIOT////Previous project: http://iotgarage.net/projects/OrderingPizza.html

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Paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1906.03524.pdf

Initial Plan (03/02/2020) [Zip Archive]

Final Report (29/05/2020) [Zip Archive]

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