Patrick Zwarych has found a way for folks to keep count of the amount of drinks they had by using his Shot Time glass. According to Zwarych, Shot Time allows users to calculate the exact amount of liquor consumed over time, then stores and displays it until reset.
Patrick Zwarych Shot Time project is currently on KickStarter. The campaign has gathered 21 backers, pledging a total sum of $1,007 CAD in the last 22 days. According to the website information, the project will only be funded if at least$15,000 is pledged by .
The Shot Time’s KickStarter page states:
Made for drinkers, Shot Time is easy and straight forward. In fact, all you have to do is the same thing you’ve already been doing for years, drink. Every time a shot is poured in the Shot Time glass the internal weight sensor will calculate the exact weight. Once drank the sensor will then calculate the remaining weight and add the amount consumed (difference) to the total within. If the new amount calculated is >.6 of a whole number the front LCD will display the new number (Ex. 2.6 ounces total = 3 displayed, 5.3 ounces total = 5 displayed). Even if you don’t drink enough to change the number it will still add the amount consumed (two 0.4 ounce shots = 0.8). The shot glass does all the work and keeps track of exactly how much you drink for any given amount of time until reset. The battery lasts for months, so you can keep it on the whole time during those extra long binges.
According to the website information, the project will only be funded if at least$15,000 is pledged by .