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iPhone controlled Miracle Machine turns water into wine

Mar 12 2014, 12:36pm CDT | by , in News | Apple

iPhone controlled Miracle Machine turns water into wine
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With a bit of grape juice and yeast all you need is a dash of water and an iPhone to ferment your own wine

The ways the Apple iPhone can be used has been spreading over multiple opportunities and this time it gives the phone an ability to perform a miracle. Ever wondered if you could change water into wine? Pretty sure this has been a fantacy of many others but they have disregarded the thought thinking that it is obviously not possible. Well, it looks like the Miracle Machine will take care of your need and most surprisingly it will be run by the iPhone.

This Miracle Machine makes use of a combination of grape juice and yeast and then all it needs is a dash of water and one or two other ingredients to work its magic. It comes along with an Arduino controller which is responsible for monitoring this process as the water turns into wine. This fermentation process has to be watched carefully since temperatures need to be taken care of. But there is no need to get all excited over this phenomenon because unfortunately the fermentation process takes a long time and when you can readily have a glass of wine at any time you want, it seems rather a tiring process to wait for weeks before you can have a sip of wine. But the whole concept can be taken as a different experience of making your own wine with the help of iPhone. You might think that $500 is too much a price to pay for such a thing but then you dont even know how much you end up paying for the classy wine bottles. This is not too high a price to pay for an experience of wine making after all.

 

source: redmondpie

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