Programmable Soda


Programmable Soda
If you can’t decide which flavour of drink you prefer then why not buy a bottle and choose the flavour later. Thanks to an invention by Sudbury based company IPIFINI, this may soon be possible thanks to it’s Programmable Liquid Container(TM) technology.

The Programmable Liquid Container works by having buttons on the outside of the bottle that when pressed release additives into the contained liquid. This could be caffeine for people who need that extra boost in the morning, coloring or a sweetener for example. The technology could also be used in paints to aid you in getting that perfect color match.

It’s still in the concept stage at the moment, you can find further info on the IPIFINI site.

[Found via Nuevayolblog]

3 reviews or comments

Paz Says: March 29, 2006 at 11:47 am

haha there’s an adsense ad next to it….

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What flavours do the come in Al?

Al Says: March 29, 2006 at 12:19 pm

As it’s still in the concept stage I don’t think there are any actual drinks yet. Though I can imagine caffeine and sweetners being ideal uses for it.

Peter Says: April 5, 2006 at 11:16 pm

If you’ve read hitchhikers guide to the galaxy, then think of the machine that could not quite make tea. All it needs is an interface that can sense what would please you.

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