You can use it to play “truth or dare”? Spin the coke and see who is the lucky one.
“The Spin the Coke application is for those who recall those heady days of first crushes. A fun way to break the ice, or to give that someone special a not so subtle hint, just spin your finger in a circular motion and let the Coke bottle do the rest.”
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Designer Daizi Zheng has come out with a eco friendly phone concept for Nokia which is powered by Coca-Cola. The fuel fuel cells generates electricity from carbohydrates(sugar) in the Coke and it can run on any sugary water not only coke.
Daizi says: The concept is using bio battery to replace the traditional battery to create a pollution free environment. Bio battery is an ecologically friendly energy generates electricity from carbohydrates (currently sugar) and utilizes enzymes as the catalyst. By using bio battery as the power source of the phone, it only needs a pack of sugary drink and it generates water and oxygen while the battery dies out. Bio battery has the potential to operate three to four times longer on a single charge than conventional lithium batteries and it could be fully biodegradable. Meanwhile, it brings a whole new perception to batteries and afternoon tea. “
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Here a new trick you can use it to prank your friends during party. Freeze a tray of ice together with mentos, get a cube of it mix with other normal ice cubes together with the Diet Coke. Continue reading “New Mentos and Coke trick”
The application creates a real life simulation of three columns of cocaine, all ready to be sniffed up. This is absolutely legal!.
This is a demonstration of a simulated Apple iPhone / iTouch Application invented by Directed and Produced by Irish (Belfast-based) Filmmaker / Action Artist Peter ‘Magic’ Johnston. Animation and a Co-Directing credit goes to Steven Henry. Watch The iSnort Demo Continue reading “iSnort iPhone App – Lets You Simulate Snorting Legally”