Cocktails may never be the same again. Robot can handle up to 15 bottles of booze and mixers and can dispense precision cocktails in less than 10 seconds.
At a fund-raiser for The Exploratorium, San Francisco's storied hands-on science museum, lucky guests learn about the chemistry in their cosmos, while consuming one or two.
Russian artist invents a contraption that uses a QWERTY keyboard to mix cocktails based on which letters are pushed. It then squeezes the liquid through an LCD-style display.
Fashion and drinks have long gone together well. The DareDroid 2.0 kicks up it a notch with a dress that dispenses cocktails based on sensors and a touch screen game of Truth or Dare.
An event at the Exploratorium in San Francisco explores some of the scientific properties behind the bar.
At Roboexotica on Saturday, guests will be able to watch robots mix and serve some pretty mean alcoholic beverages.
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The Brookstone Perfect Drink system consists of a smart scale and associated app. Together they allow you to consistently make the perfect drink.
By adding artificial intelligence to the mix, Monsieur can learn your routine and suggest a stiffer drink when you've had a long day.