(UPDATE: This is actually just a really cool vending machine. A really cool machine with a fancy screen that shows a VIDEO of a potato being made. But hey, you have to admit, it looks cool. I am an idiot, and I hate the internet).
(Editor's note: I also am an idiot.)
File this under Holy-Shit-Please-Let-This-Come-to-Dallas.
Adage reported recently on what could be the coolest mainstream food device ever: The Lay's Machine. This brilliant piece of design allows a chip-hungry user to insert a real potato, and by way of a Rube Goldberg-ish design, get a friggin' fresh, steaming bag potato chips on the other end.
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Fast forward to today, when PSFK visualized the first wave of the Lay's marketing campaign. We have to say, it's very convincing. According to PSFK, a Walmart in Buenos Aires already has a working real-spud vending machine, and the viral video (below) hints at much more.
Even if this doesn't make it to Frito-Lay-Heaquartered Plano and Dallas (which, come on, it totally should), you should at least watch the cleverly made video below.