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Vodka-Powered System Can Send A Text Message [Video]

Vodka-Powered System Can Send A Text Message [Video]
Innovation

Chemical transmissions could transmit data where wireless signals don't work.

Ross Brooks
  • 20 december 2013

Alcohol has been the motivation behind many conversations in its day, but never quite like this. Researchers at York University have used vodka to transmit a chemical message across the room using a tabletop fan and some sensors. They believe the simple system can be used where conventional wireless technology often fails.

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