Saturday, January 8, 2011

MIT Invents a Toothpaste That Tells Weather

Am I kidding? No, the MIT is really working on a prototype toothpaste that predicts weather. You will be able to decide whether to wear a heavy coat or just a light sweater before leaving the house in the morning while brushing your teeth! Yes, I know, this is amazing! 

The prototype is hooked up to a Linux computer that is connected to a software that forecasts the weather, compares it with yesterday's and changes the flavor based on the weather.

It works as follows: if it tastes like mint then it's colder than yesterday; cinnamon means it's hotter; and blue stripes means it's raining!

Isn't that awesome?

By: Sherwette Mansour
Via CNet

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