This never-before-seen footage from a laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania’s Department of Physics and Astronomy shows microscopic particles moving in a drop as it dries:
(The music really adds to the excitement, don’t you think?)
Strongbow claims to have created the world’s very first digital bottle top with their new ‘StartCap‘ installations, where opening bottles of Strongbow triggers unexpected things on-premise in bars and at events. It’s powered by RFID, with the bottle caps triggering/ connecting the RFID signal as they are opened, which is in turn picked up by RFID scanners and translated into real-world actions like turning on projections, shooting confetti and launching fireworks etc.
A supermarket chain which advertises using a slogan that urges more common sense in shopping has been selling peeled bananas on plastic trays wrapped in foil.But the stunt by the German-owned Billa supermarket chain – part of the Rewe group that has thousands of stores in 9 European countries, has caused outrage among users after it was posted on the firm’s Facebook page. Last night staff moved to distance themselves from the sale of ready-peeled bananas and apologised for the “one off” mistake, saying it would not happen again.
While people probably wouldn’t mind a few tax dollars being spent on the Commander in Chief’s home concoctions, Barack Obama funds this venture out of his own pocket.
It’s tough to convince anyone that 4 million of anything can be considered “limited”, but as it pertains to ABSOLUT Vodka’s latest marketing campaign, the number rings true.
ABSOLUT Unique is a 4 million-bottle limited edition run, set for distribution in more than 80 international markets. The task required a complete overhaul of the manufacturing plant, including the installing of splash guns and programmable color-generating machines, which employ complex algorithms in order to ensure no two bottles are alike.