First there was TacoCopter. Then there was the Burrito Bomber, the Beer Drone, and the pizza-delivering DomiCopter. Now, UK-based Japanese restaurant chain Yo! Sushi is currently toying with the idea of delivering food to seated customers via a flying quadrocopter.
The "flying serving tray" comes equipped with on-board cameras that allow waiters and waitresses to see where the drone is headed, and it can be controlled via a remote iPad to make sure the food makes its way successfully to patrons. It doesn't seem to be all that practical. But still, flying sushi!
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