If $1 million is backed by the project, this could lead to designing as SD card with more than 50 pre-loaded designs, which may even include Star Wars' R2D2.
The PancakeBot draws the design on to a hot griddle. The machine has an option to add food coloring to the batter.. The only issues? You have to provide and fill the batter yourself and flip it too.
With 13 days left, at least $295,400 has already been pledged to the PancakeBot's Kickstarter campaign, beating its original goal of $50,000.
Depending on how much people pledge leads to how much they get in return, with as little as $59 giving pledgers their face crafted into the shape of a pancake; whilst $849 can get you six PancakeBots, and $2000 can get you a limited edition personalized PancakeBot.
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