How to make Energy Drinks that you can't Drink.
This exercise was a challenge to my creativity and expanded my thinking process. I started this project with a goal that I would not approach food with cooking methods and I decided to investigate the meaning of the material.
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Step 1: The Drink: Fruit Battery
I manipulated copper wires and galvanized nails to draw energy from citric acid present in lemon juice, and I later found that vinegar can make more electricity than lemons. However, the light projected was so weak that it required many hours of exposure to provide the illumination.
Step 2: The Bottle
I first studied with the exist bottle I found from the thrift shop.
And then made laser cutting platforms for the structure.
Step 3: The Bottle: Prototype
Step 4: Prepare Your Drinks
Mixed food color with the fruit acid.
Ready to put the drink into the bottle.
Step 5: Test Before Serving.
Turn off the light to enjoy your Energy Drinks.
Step 6: Ready to Serve.
Use your creativity to set up your drink set.
Step 7: Don't Enjoy It Alone.
Be a good host! Invite your friends to grab some drink tonight with a cool poster.