07 Apr '17, 3pm

Drinkable Clouds Get You Second-Hand Drunk

Drinkable Clouds Get You Second-Hand Drunk

While the rise of electronic cigarettes and vaping has led to many aggravated bystanders, an installation in Germany may have found a vapor of a different ilk. Rather than nicotine, this cloud of vapors is full of tequila which precipitates out into glasses (or people) who happen to be nearby. The cloud generator uses ultrasonic devices to vibrate the tequila molecules until they form a fine mist. The mist is delivered outward towards the sculpture, where a delicious cloud forms. From there, the cloud literally rains tequila out into its original, drinkable tequila form. It appears to take a while to gather enough tequila from the cloud, though, so there is a convenient tap on the side that will dispense it without all the rigmarole. Basically this is a nebulizer which is using tequila and dispersing the output rather than directing it. You’re unlikely to get a large enoug...

Full article: http://hackaday.com/2017/04/07/drinkable-clouds-get-you-s...

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