Pie Converted to Pie Chart using Raspberry Pi #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Growing up with a lot of siblings this Pie Chart converter would have come in handy! Shared by mmachenry on GitHub (spotted on Hackaday):
A pie is pie chart that shows how much pie is left. To verify this, we have created a real-time pie measurement and reporting device which continuously weighs the amount of pie that is left. The viewing screen, juxtaposed with the pie in question, provides immediate visual confirmation that the pie chart made by the original pie is accurate.
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