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The ‘Subconscious Menu’ will be able to pick out your favorite pizza toppings by watching how your eye lingers

Well, that's it, folks. We're just one step closer to chips in our brains.

It seems that mobile ordering isn’t enough. Pizza Hut U.K. has developed a digital menu called the “Subconscious Menu,” which features a stripped-down version of Pizza Hut’s fairly complex menu (now with more sriracha!). The ordering technology, created by Tobii, reads your preferences by analyzing where your eye lingers on the menu board using pioneering eye-tracking technology.

The concept took six months to build and execute, and features 20 images of the pizza chain’s most popular toppings like chicken, chorizo, and pepperoni. In exactly 2.5 seconds, the eye-scanning technology will “read” your preferences and out of 4,896 possible combinations, will pick out your “perfect pizza.”

“We love to excite and innovate,” said Kathryn Austin, director of HR/Marketing at Pizza Hut U.K. “We wanted to try a few ideas on the traditional menu format and we’re delighted to have developed the world's first Subconscious Menu, a unique way to reinvent the dining experience".

The concept has already been tested with, according to Pizza Hut, a 98-percent positive user experience. If you’re not happy, though, you can always re-order.

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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @JoannaFantozzi


You Can Play Pac-Man on Pizza Hut’s New Box Thanks to Augmented Reality

The Pac-Man collab is just the start of Pizza Hut’s new nostalgia-driven ad campaign, which will bring back Book It! pins, red cups, and old menu items.

Not that Domino&aposs didn&apost have the Noid (cough), but as far as America&aposs big pizza chains go, Pizza Hut is most likely to trigger a sense of nostalgia. For one, unlike other places, Pizza Hut has historically had a larger focus on dining in: the distinctive red roofs, the stained-glass lamps, the pans and buffet—much of what lured us into Pizza Hut as kids can&apost be replicated at home.

However, as part of a new nostalgia-driven campaign, Pizza Hut has figured out how to bring one dine-in fave to delivery: the arcade games. Thanks to the latest in technology, pizza fans can now play Pac-Man on their cardboard pizza box.

Yes, Pizza Hut has officially partnered with Pac-Man for a limited-edition "playable" Pac-Man box—where retro-gaming bliss can be achieved through the not-so-retro help of augmented reality on your smartphone. Simply order a large pizza and scan the QR code on the box to play—no app needed. And as an added incentive, the chain is also giving players a chance to win an Arcade1Up Pac-Man game cabinet. To enter the sweepstakes, follow the prompts to share your score on Twitter and, you&aposll be entered to win the April 3 drawing, no matter how many dots you munched.

"Pac-Man&aposs design and creation was inspired by the shape of a pizza with a slice taken out of it, making this partnership so appropriate for the Pac-Man brand," Yutaka Fuse, head of licensing and branding at Pac-Man maker Bandai Namco Entertainment, said in the announcement. "Pac-Man games and Pizza Hut pizzas occupy a special place in many people&aposs memories we&aposre excited to have the opportunity to create fun memories for a new generation of Pac-Man and Pizza Hut fans through this collaboration."

Speaking of fun memories, Pac-Man is just the beginning of Pizza Hut&aposs new "Newstalgia" campaign, which promises to bring back all the favorites of Pizza Hut past: Book It! pins, red cups, and classic menu items of yore.

"Throughout the year, Pizza Hut will be fueling pizza lovers with new innovation, bringing back iconic pizzas and tapping into entertainment and pop culture in new and unexpected ways," the company says. Is anyone else suddenly inspired to watch Genesis&aposs "Land of Confusion" video with all those super creepy puppets or is that just my personal Pizza Hut memory?


You Can Play Pac-Man on Pizza Hut’s New Box Thanks to Augmented Reality

The Pac-Man collab is just the start of Pizza Hut’s new nostalgia-driven ad campaign, which will bring back Book It! pins, red cups, and old menu items.

Not that Domino&aposs didn&apost have the Noid (cough), but as far as America&aposs big pizza chains go, Pizza Hut is most likely to trigger a sense of nostalgia. For one, unlike other places, Pizza Hut has historically had a larger focus on dining in: the distinctive red roofs, the stained-glass lamps, the pans and buffet—much of what lured us into Pizza Hut as kids can&apost be replicated at home.

However, as part of a new nostalgia-driven campaign, Pizza Hut has figured out how to bring one dine-in fave to delivery: the arcade games. Thanks to the latest in technology, pizza fans can now play Pac-Man on their cardboard pizza box.

Yes, Pizza Hut has officially partnered with Pac-Man for a limited-edition "playable" Pac-Man box—where retro-gaming bliss can be achieved through the not-so-retro help of augmented reality on your smartphone. Simply order a large pizza and scan the QR code on the box to play—no app needed. And as an added incentive, the chain is also giving players a chance to win an Arcade1Up Pac-Man game cabinet. To enter the sweepstakes, follow the prompts to share your score on Twitter and, you&aposll be entered to win the April 3 drawing, no matter how many dots you munched.

"Pac-Man&aposs design and creation was inspired by the shape of a pizza with a slice taken out of it, making this partnership so appropriate for the Pac-Man brand," Yutaka Fuse, head of licensing and branding at Pac-Man maker Bandai Namco Entertainment, said in the announcement. "Pac-Man games and Pizza Hut pizzas occupy a special place in many people&aposs memories we&aposre excited to have the opportunity to create fun memories for a new generation of Pac-Man and Pizza Hut fans through this collaboration."

Speaking of fun memories, Pac-Man is just the beginning of Pizza Hut&aposs new "Newstalgia" campaign, which promises to bring back all the favorites of Pizza Hut past: Book It! pins, red cups, and classic menu items of yore.

"Throughout the year, Pizza Hut will be fueling pizza lovers with new innovation, bringing back iconic pizzas and tapping into entertainment and pop culture in new and unexpected ways," the company says. Is anyone else suddenly inspired to watch Genesis&aposs "Land of Confusion" video with all those super creepy puppets or is that just my personal Pizza Hut memory?


You Can Play Pac-Man on Pizza Hut’s New Box Thanks to Augmented Reality

The Pac-Man collab is just the start of Pizza Hut’s new nostalgia-driven ad campaign, which will bring back Book It! pins, red cups, and old menu items.

Not that Domino&aposs didn&apost have the Noid (cough), but as far as America&aposs big pizza chains go, Pizza Hut is most likely to trigger a sense of nostalgia. For one, unlike other places, Pizza Hut has historically had a larger focus on dining in: the distinctive red roofs, the stained-glass lamps, the pans and buffet—much of what lured us into Pizza Hut as kids can&apost be replicated at home.

However, as part of a new nostalgia-driven campaign, Pizza Hut has figured out how to bring one dine-in fave to delivery: the arcade games. Thanks to the latest in technology, pizza fans can now play Pac-Man on their cardboard pizza box.

Yes, Pizza Hut has officially partnered with Pac-Man for a limited-edition "playable" Pac-Man box—where retro-gaming bliss can be achieved through the not-so-retro help of augmented reality on your smartphone. Simply order a large pizza and scan the QR code on the box to play—no app needed. And as an added incentive, the chain is also giving players a chance to win an Arcade1Up Pac-Man game cabinet. To enter the sweepstakes, follow the prompts to share your score on Twitter and, you&aposll be entered to win the April 3 drawing, no matter how many dots you munched.

"Pac-Man&aposs design and creation was inspired by the shape of a pizza with a slice taken out of it, making this partnership so appropriate for the Pac-Man brand," Yutaka Fuse, head of licensing and branding at Pac-Man maker Bandai Namco Entertainment, said in the announcement. "Pac-Man games and Pizza Hut pizzas occupy a special place in many people&aposs memories we&aposre excited to have the opportunity to create fun memories for a new generation of Pac-Man and Pizza Hut fans through this collaboration."

Speaking of fun memories, Pac-Man is just the beginning of Pizza Hut&aposs new "Newstalgia" campaign, which promises to bring back all the favorites of Pizza Hut past: Book It! pins, red cups, and classic menu items of yore.

"Throughout the year, Pizza Hut will be fueling pizza lovers with new innovation, bringing back iconic pizzas and tapping into entertainment and pop culture in new and unexpected ways," the company says. Is anyone else suddenly inspired to watch Genesis&aposs "Land of Confusion" video with all those super creepy puppets or is that just my personal Pizza Hut memory?


You Can Play Pac-Man on Pizza Hut’s New Box Thanks to Augmented Reality

The Pac-Man collab is just the start of Pizza Hut’s new nostalgia-driven ad campaign, which will bring back Book It! pins, red cups, and old menu items.

Not that Domino&aposs didn&apost have the Noid (cough), but as far as America&aposs big pizza chains go, Pizza Hut is most likely to trigger a sense of nostalgia. For one, unlike other places, Pizza Hut has historically had a larger focus on dining in: the distinctive red roofs, the stained-glass lamps, the pans and buffet—much of what lured us into Pizza Hut as kids can&apost be replicated at home.

However, as part of a new nostalgia-driven campaign, Pizza Hut has figured out how to bring one dine-in fave to delivery: the arcade games. Thanks to the latest in technology, pizza fans can now play Pac-Man on their cardboard pizza box.

Yes, Pizza Hut has officially partnered with Pac-Man for a limited-edition "playable" Pac-Man box—where retro-gaming bliss can be achieved through the not-so-retro help of augmented reality on your smartphone. Simply order a large pizza and scan the QR code on the box to play—no app needed. And as an added incentive, the chain is also giving players a chance to win an Arcade1Up Pac-Man game cabinet. To enter the sweepstakes, follow the prompts to share your score on Twitter and, you&aposll be entered to win the April 3 drawing, no matter how many dots you munched.

"Pac-Man&aposs design and creation was inspired by the shape of a pizza with a slice taken out of it, making this partnership so appropriate for the Pac-Man brand," Yutaka Fuse, head of licensing and branding at Pac-Man maker Bandai Namco Entertainment, said in the announcement. "Pac-Man games and Pizza Hut pizzas occupy a special place in many people&aposs memories we&aposre excited to have the opportunity to create fun memories for a new generation of Pac-Man and Pizza Hut fans through this collaboration."

Speaking of fun memories, Pac-Man is just the beginning of Pizza Hut&aposs new "Newstalgia" campaign, which promises to bring back all the favorites of Pizza Hut past: Book It! pins, red cups, and classic menu items of yore.

"Throughout the year, Pizza Hut will be fueling pizza lovers with new innovation, bringing back iconic pizzas and tapping into entertainment and pop culture in new and unexpected ways," the company says. Is anyone else suddenly inspired to watch Genesis&aposs "Land of Confusion" video with all those super creepy puppets or is that just my personal Pizza Hut memory?


You Can Play Pac-Man on Pizza Hut’s New Box Thanks to Augmented Reality

The Pac-Man collab is just the start of Pizza Hut’s new nostalgia-driven ad campaign, which will bring back Book It! pins, red cups, and old menu items.

Not that Domino&aposs didn&apost have the Noid (cough), but as far as America&aposs big pizza chains go, Pizza Hut is most likely to trigger a sense of nostalgia. For one, unlike other places, Pizza Hut has historically had a larger focus on dining in: the distinctive red roofs, the stained-glass lamps, the pans and buffet—much of what lured us into Pizza Hut as kids can&apost be replicated at home.

However, as part of a new nostalgia-driven campaign, Pizza Hut has figured out how to bring one dine-in fave to delivery: the arcade games. Thanks to the latest in technology, pizza fans can now play Pac-Man on their cardboard pizza box.

Yes, Pizza Hut has officially partnered with Pac-Man for a limited-edition "playable" Pac-Man box—where retro-gaming bliss can be achieved through the not-so-retro help of augmented reality on your smartphone. Simply order a large pizza and scan the QR code on the box to play—no app needed. And as an added incentive, the chain is also giving players a chance to win an Arcade1Up Pac-Man game cabinet. To enter the sweepstakes, follow the prompts to share your score on Twitter and, you&aposll be entered to win the April 3 drawing, no matter how many dots you munched.

"Pac-Man&aposs design and creation was inspired by the shape of a pizza with a slice taken out of it, making this partnership so appropriate for the Pac-Man brand," Yutaka Fuse, head of licensing and branding at Pac-Man maker Bandai Namco Entertainment, said in the announcement. "Pac-Man games and Pizza Hut pizzas occupy a special place in many people&aposs memories we&aposre excited to have the opportunity to create fun memories for a new generation of Pac-Man and Pizza Hut fans through this collaboration."

Speaking of fun memories, Pac-Man is just the beginning of Pizza Hut&aposs new "Newstalgia" campaign, which promises to bring back all the favorites of Pizza Hut past: Book It! pins, red cups, and classic menu items of yore.

"Throughout the year, Pizza Hut will be fueling pizza lovers with new innovation, bringing back iconic pizzas and tapping into entertainment and pop culture in new and unexpected ways," the company says. Is anyone else suddenly inspired to watch Genesis&aposs "Land of Confusion" video with all those super creepy puppets or is that just my personal Pizza Hut memory?


You Can Play Pac-Man on Pizza Hut’s New Box Thanks to Augmented Reality

The Pac-Man collab is just the start of Pizza Hut’s new nostalgia-driven ad campaign, which will bring back Book It! pins, red cups, and old menu items.

Not that Domino&aposs didn&apost have the Noid (cough), but as far as America&aposs big pizza chains go, Pizza Hut is most likely to trigger a sense of nostalgia. For one, unlike other places, Pizza Hut has historically had a larger focus on dining in: the distinctive red roofs, the stained-glass lamps, the pans and buffet—much of what lured us into Pizza Hut as kids can&apost be replicated at home.

However, as part of a new nostalgia-driven campaign, Pizza Hut has figured out how to bring one dine-in fave to delivery: the arcade games. Thanks to the latest in technology, pizza fans can now play Pac-Man on their cardboard pizza box.

Yes, Pizza Hut has officially partnered with Pac-Man for a limited-edition "playable" Pac-Man box—where retro-gaming bliss can be achieved through the not-so-retro help of augmented reality on your smartphone. Simply order a large pizza and scan the QR code on the box to play—no app needed. And as an added incentive, the chain is also giving players a chance to win an Arcade1Up Pac-Man game cabinet. To enter the sweepstakes, follow the prompts to share your score on Twitter and, you&aposll be entered to win the April 3 drawing, no matter how many dots you munched.

"Pac-Man&aposs design and creation was inspired by the shape of a pizza with a slice taken out of it, making this partnership so appropriate for the Pac-Man brand," Yutaka Fuse, head of licensing and branding at Pac-Man maker Bandai Namco Entertainment, said in the announcement. "Pac-Man games and Pizza Hut pizzas occupy a special place in many people&aposs memories we&aposre excited to have the opportunity to create fun memories for a new generation of Pac-Man and Pizza Hut fans through this collaboration."

Speaking of fun memories, Pac-Man is just the beginning of Pizza Hut&aposs new "Newstalgia" campaign, which promises to bring back all the favorites of Pizza Hut past: Book It! pins, red cups, and classic menu items of yore.

"Throughout the year, Pizza Hut will be fueling pizza lovers with new innovation, bringing back iconic pizzas and tapping into entertainment and pop culture in new and unexpected ways," the company says. Is anyone else suddenly inspired to watch Genesis&aposs "Land of Confusion" video with all those super creepy puppets or is that just my personal Pizza Hut memory?


You Can Play Pac-Man on Pizza Hut’s New Box Thanks to Augmented Reality

The Pac-Man collab is just the start of Pizza Hut’s new nostalgia-driven ad campaign, which will bring back Book It! pins, red cups, and old menu items.

Not that Domino&aposs didn&apost have the Noid (cough), but as far as America&aposs big pizza chains go, Pizza Hut is most likely to trigger a sense of nostalgia. For one, unlike other places, Pizza Hut has historically had a larger focus on dining in: the distinctive red roofs, the stained-glass lamps, the pans and buffet—much of what lured us into Pizza Hut as kids can&apost be replicated at home.

However, as part of a new nostalgia-driven campaign, Pizza Hut has figured out how to bring one dine-in fave to delivery: the arcade games. Thanks to the latest in technology, pizza fans can now play Pac-Man on their cardboard pizza box.

Yes, Pizza Hut has officially partnered with Pac-Man for a limited-edition "playable" Pac-Man box—where retro-gaming bliss can be achieved through the not-so-retro help of augmented reality on your smartphone. Simply order a large pizza and scan the QR code on the box to play—no app needed. And as an added incentive, the chain is also giving players a chance to win an Arcade1Up Pac-Man game cabinet. To enter the sweepstakes, follow the prompts to share your score on Twitter and, you&aposll be entered to win the April 3 drawing, no matter how many dots you munched.

"Pac-Man&aposs design and creation was inspired by the shape of a pizza with a slice taken out of it, making this partnership so appropriate for the Pac-Man brand," Yutaka Fuse, head of licensing and branding at Pac-Man maker Bandai Namco Entertainment, said in the announcement. "Pac-Man games and Pizza Hut pizzas occupy a special place in many people&aposs memories we&aposre excited to have the opportunity to create fun memories for a new generation of Pac-Man and Pizza Hut fans through this collaboration."

Speaking of fun memories, Pac-Man is just the beginning of Pizza Hut&aposs new "Newstalgia" campaign, which promises to bring back all the favorites of Pizza Hut past: Book It! pins, red cups, and classic menu items of yore.

"Throughout the year, Pizza Hut will be fueling pizza lovers with new innovation, bringing back iconic pizzas and tapping into entertainment and pop culture in new and unexpected ways," the company says. Is anyone else suddenly inspired to watch Genesis&aposs "Land of Confusion" video with all those super creepy puppets or is that just my personal Pizza Hut memory?


You Can Play Pac-Man on Pizza Hut’s New Box Thanks to Augmented Reality

The Pac-Man collab is just the start of Pizza Hut’s new nostalgia-driven ad campaign, which will bring back Book It! pins, red cups, and old menu items.

Not that Domino&aposs didn&apost have the Noid (cough), but as far as America&aposs big pizza chains go, Pizza Hut is most likely to trigger a sense of nostalgia. For one, unlike other places, Pizza Hut has historically had a larger focus on dining in: the distinctive red roofs, the stained-glass lamps, the pans and buffet—much of what lured us into Pizza Hut as kids can&apost be replicated at home.

However, as part of a new nostalgia-driven campaign, Pizza Hut has figured out how to bring one dine-in fave to delivery: the arcade games. Thanks to the latest in technology, pizza fans can now play Pac-Man on their cardboard pizza box.

Yes, Pizza Hut has officially partnered with Pac-Man for a limited-edition "playable" Pac-Man box—where retro-gaming bliss can be achieved through the not-so-retro help of augmented reality on your smartphone. Simply order a large pizza and scan the QR code on the box to play—no app needed. And as an added incentive, the chain is also giving players a chance to win an Arcade1Up Pac-Man game cabinet. To enter the sweepstakes, follow the prompts to share your score on Twitter and, you&aposll be entered to win the April 3 drawing, no matter how many dots you munched.

"Pac-Man&aposs design and creation was inspired by the shape of a pizza with a slice taken out of it, making this partnership so appropriate for the Pac-Man brand," Yutaka Fuse, head of licensing and branding at Pac-Man maker Bandai Namco Entertainment, said in the announcement. "Pac-Man games and Pizza Hut pizzas occupy a special place in many people&aposs memories we&aposre excited to have the opportunity to create fun memories for a new generation of Pac-Man and Pizza Hut fans through this collaboration."

Speaking of fun memories, Pac-Man is just the beginning of Pizza Hut&aposs new "Newstalgia" campaign, which promises to bring back all the favorites of Pizza Hut past: Book It! pins, red cups, and classic menu items of yore.

"Throughout the year, Pizza Hut will be fueling pizza lovers with new innovation, bringing back iconic pizzas and tapping into entertainment and pop culture in new and unexpected ways," the company says. Is anyone else suddenly inspired to watch Genesis&aposs "Land of Confusion" video with all those super creepy puppets or is that just my personal Pizza Hut memory?


You Can Play Pac-Man on Pizza Hut’s New Box Thanks to Augmented Reality

The Pac-Man collab is just the start of Pizza Hut’s new nostalgia-driven ad campaign, which will bring back Book It! pins, red cups, and old menu items.

Not that Domino&aposs didn&apost have the Noid (cough), but as far as America&aposs big pizza chains go, Pizza Hut is most likely to trigger a sense of nostalgia. For one, unlike other places, Pizza Hut has historically had a larger focus on dining in: the distinctive red roofs, the stained-glass lamps, the pans and buffet—much of what lured us into Pizza Hut as kids can&apost be replicated at home.

However, as part of a new nostalgia-driven campaign, Pizza Hut has figured out how to bring one dine-in fave to delivery: the arcade games. Thanks to the latest in technology, pizza fans can now play Pac-Man on their cardboard pizza box.

Yes, Pizza Hut has officially partnered with Pac-Man for a limited-edition "playable" Pac-Man box—where retro-gaming bliss can be achieved through the not-so-retro help of augmented reality on your smartphone. Simply order a large pizza and scan the QR code on the box to play—no app needed. And as an added incentive, the chain is also giving players a chance to win an Arcade1Up Pac-Man game cabinet. To enter the sweepstakes, follow the prompts to share your score on Twitter and, you&aposll be entered to win the April 3 drawing, no matter how many dots you munched.

"Pac-Man&aposs design and creation was inspired by the shape of a pizza with a slice taken out of it, making this partnership so appropriate for the Pac-Man brand," Yutaka Fuse, head of licensing and branding at Pac-Man maker Bandai Namco Entertainment, said in the announcement. "Pac-Man games and Pizza Hut pizzas occupy a special place in many people&aposs memories we&aposre excited to have the opportunity to create fun memories for a new generation of Pac-Man and Pizza Hut fans through this collaboration."

Speaking of fun memories, Pac-Man is just the beginning of Pizza Hut&aposs new "Newstalgia" campaign, which promises to bring back all the favorites of Pizza Hut past: Book It! pins, red cups, and classic menu items of yore.

"Throughout the year, Pizza Hut will be fueling pizza lovers with new innovation, bringing back iconic pizzas and tapping into entertainment and pop culture in new and unexpected ways," the company says. Is anyone else suddenly inspired to watch Genesis&aposs "Land of Confusion" video with all those super creepy puppets or is that just my personal Pizza Hut memory?


You Can Play Pac-Man on Pizza Hut’s New Box Thanks to Augmented Reality

The Pac-Man collab is just the start of Pizza Hut’s new nostalgia-driven ad campaign, which will bring back Book It! pins, red cups, and old menu items.

Not that Domino&aposs didn&apost have the Noid (cough), but as far as America&aposs big pizza chains go, Pizza Hut is most likely to trigger a sense of nostalgia. For one, unlike other places, Pizza Hut has historically had a larger focus on dining in: the distinctive red roofs, the stained-glass lamps, the pans and buffet—much of what lured us into Pizza Hut as kids can&apost be replicated at home.

However, as part of a new nostalgia-driven campaign, Pizza Hut has figured out how to bring one dine-in fave to delivery: the arcade games. Thanks to the latest in technology, pizza fans can now play Pac-Man on their cardboard pizza box.

Yes, Pizza Hut has officially partnered with Pac-Man for a limited-edition "playable" Pac-Man box—where retro-gaming bliss can be achieved through the not-so-retro help of augmented reality on your smartphone. Simply order a large pizza and scan the QR code on the box to play—no app needed. And as an added incentive, the chain is also giving players a chance to win an Arcade1Up Pac-Man game cabinet. To enter the sweepstakes, follow the prompts to share your score on Twitter and, you&aposll be entered to win the April 3 drawing, no matter how many dots you munched.

"Pac-Man&aposs design and creation was inspired by the shape of a pizza with a slice taken out of it, making this partnership so appropriate for the Pac-Man brand," Yutaka Fuse, head of licensing and branding at Pac-Man maker Bandai Namco Entertainment, said in the announcement. "Pac-Man games and Pizza Hut pizzas occupy a special place in many people&aposs memories we&aposre excited to have the opportunity to create fun memories for a new generation of Pac-Man and Pizza Hut fans through this collaboration."

Speaking of fun memories, Pac-Man is just the beginning of Pizza Hut&aposs new "Newstalgia" campaign, which promises to bring back all the favorites of Pizza Hut past: Book It! pins, red cups, and classic menu items of yore.

"Throughout the year, Pizza Hut will be fueling pizza lovers with new innovation, bringing back iconic pizzas and tapping into entertainment and pop culture in new and unexpected ways," the company says. Is anyone else suddenly inspired to watch Genesis&aposs "Land of Confusion" video with all those super creepy puppets or is that just my personal Pizza Hut memory?


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