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Beer Dispenser That Can Read Your Mind

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We're a little suspicious of the technology of mind-reading improving; after all, you don't really want the other half to know that you're planning your new Football Manager formation while they're telling you every detail of their day at work. But in this instance, we'll make an exception.

Castle Lite, a South African beer, has teamed up with designers Hellocomputer and engineers Thingking, to create a machine which rewards you for thinking 'cool thoughts' with ice-cold lager.

Using an EEG headset, which monitors brain activity, it can apparently tell whether you have hot, or cold thoughts, and dispense appropriately.

We're going to start thinking meaty thoughts now and see if some burgers come flying towards us.

[via DesignTaxi]

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