I go to the supermarket and rejoice. You can take everything you want, no need to ask the seller to cut 150 grams of butter (unlike stores earlier) and 400 grams of sausage. Or weighed only red apples and not to listen to the answer – “Who will buy green apples?”.
Availability and ability to decide for himself how much to weigh and cut – this feeling as freedom after high school.
But there are still places where a man not to replace – such as a bar. Today only the bartender has the right mix you a drink. And suddenly he’s on something will save or something will pour (as in one restaurant I always put in porridge butter, although I loudly asked “me porridge without butter please”).
Canadian student Chris Proulx decided to help all fans to drink properly hand-made cocktails and invented dispenser for mixing alcoholic drinks.
It is programmed 9 certain cocktails – so that customers simply had to click one button and the machine itself has measured how much of the one and of the other bottles – up drops.
He has borrowed his idea near the beer tap at the bar.
Anyone can go to the beer faucet and pour beer as much as he wants. He thought: why not do the same for stronger drinks? With the possibility of their mixing. Thus obtaining the desired alcoholic cocktail.
In such a dispenser bottles are placed upside down and are connected by a system of tubes and controlled through the microcontroller. The touch screen allows the person to choose the right drink and the bill acceptor to pay for it. This machine there is even a special reader documents to alcohol could not mix people that age doesn’t allow. Receiving banknotes and checking documents will only work in the industrial version when the inventor will find investors for their ideas.
The inventor of the dispenser says that his invention will help bars and restaurants to save thousands of dollars in one night on dishonest bartenders (which is very difficult to control how much of what he has mixed). In addition will help to increase profits due to the fact that the person wanting a cocktail is no need to persuade the bartender to mix him (as we used to at the grocery store asked the saleswoman to cut us 400 grams of butter and today, we just come and take as needed).
By the way, remember the old vending machines soda. There were also mixed drinks namely water with syrup and get a sweet carbonated drink. You could even do it in two versions: single-syrup (3 cents) and double syrup (5 cents).
Thus we can think of such a device and put it in all the bars and restaurants of the United States (the audience is huge). I am sure people will be more likely to enjoy a drink – at least because it is interesting to watch how this Executive and non-opinionated machine makes for you a Royal drink.