Seamless is at once one of the greatest and most ruinous gifts ever bestowed upon man. Still, while the service has vastly simplified the process of acquiring both lunch and heart disease, there are still just a few too many options. Fortunately (?), Seamless Roulette has taken care of that.
If you're gonna cheat, cheat smart. Like an Oxford math professor, who has revealed how he used the world's first wearable computer to beat the roulette tables of Las Vegas back in the 1970s.
You'd think we Gizmodians would've learned our roulette lesson from our most recent money-losing foray into Las Vegas, but no. We want more, and we want to play the game right here at the desk with this Roulette Paperweight.
Given that the Gizmodo team has returned from Vegas, and the roulette table didn't treat us very well, I figured it would be appropriate to post about this corian digital roulette table.
Putting an Addam's Family-esque twist on party games, this little contraption gives the unsuspecting loser's finger a jolt of electric shock when the game comes to end. After a number of "victims" is selected, players put their fingers in and watch as the lights start moving in a circle, accompanied by rapid…