Smart Ice Cubes Tell Drinkers When They’ve Had Too Much

Smart Ice Cubes Tell Drinkers When They’ve Had Too Much
technology

Created by the MIT Media Lab, the device pulses to the music and changes color according to the number of drinks you’ve had.

Emma Hutchings
  • 14 january 2013

Dhairya Dand, a research assistant in the Information Ecology group at the MIT Media Lab, has created some smart LED ice cubes. The alcohol-aware glowing cubes react to music and also change color according to the number of drinks you’ve had in order to warn you about having too many.

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