Kaiten sushi, or conveyor belt sushi, is just about one of the best things in the world. You press a button on a screen, and your food comes directly to your table on a nifty conveyor belt. I’ve seen variations such as floating boats and mini “bullet trains” too. I always like to take screenshots of funny times when my code doesn’t work out. Let’s take a look at some of the things that happened today. Sushi showing up all over the place. Although this might not be such a bad scenario at a real restaurant! Looking at sushi clip art makes me so hungry.
And here’s the final version. After you click order, the sushi is added to a queue and appended to the div. Css animation moves the conveyor belt continuously and the sushi across the page to the end. Clicking (eating) the sushi opens up more space on the belt!
Day 19 – Kaiten Sushi