Would you change it up already? Sheesh!
I asked about the liquid-identifying sensors, since that’s obviously the most interesting part of the cup. He didn’t give details beyond saying that the cup has a variety of sensors analyzing liquids. He then offered to let me choose from a wide array of beverages on a table nearby to pour into the cup as a means of testing it.
Since I’m a fan of cocktails, I asked about mixed drinks, but Lee told me the cup couldn’t do mixed drinks yet.
ALMOST, BUT NOT QUITE, ENTIRELY UNLIKE TEA
HURF DURF GRAVY EATER
Expense: the requirement for laser systems and high reflectivity mirrors often makes CRDS orders of magnitude more expensive than some alternative spectroscopic techniques.
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