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Pizza Hut wants you to eat with your eyes while your order a pizza

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Pizza Hut is investing in the future of their in house dining experience by partnering with the app developer Chaotic Moon Studios as originally reported by Tech Crunch on March 3, 2014. Chaotic Moon Studios is creating an interactive touch screen table top that lets the Pizza Hut customer order their pizza complete with sides, drinks and free games that the customer can play on the table top while they wait.

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We all remember those warm Summer days where we went to the local Pizza Hut and our parents gave us quarters to play the classic Pac-Man game on the arcade tabletop. It's that nostalgia for days gone by that inspired Chaotic Moon Studios creator Ben Lamm to develop the interactive touch screen tabletop that will inspire customers with a new reason to visit their local Pizza Hut restaurant.

The touch screen table top will let the customer:

  • Customize and order their pizza with sides, drinks, and desert without having to wait for a waiter or waitress to take their order.
  • Play games like Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja and many others with family and friends directly on the tabletop while they wait for the food to be delivered.

Chaotic Moon Studios has been the go to developer for Pizza Hut for the past few years by creating numerous mobile apps for Pizza Hut. This new endeavor is a perfect project for both companies to show customers that there is still a reason to go enjoy a sit down experience at their local Pizza Hut.

This interactive experience will be tested in numerous high traffic Pizza Huts throughout the United States to gauge how customers will react to the experience and offer any feedback. If the testing goes off well, it will be more widely integrated into other Pizza Huts as customers get accustomed to the the future of the modern Pizza Hut experience.

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